The Frankfurt trial of nearly two dozen men for crimes committed at the concentration camp was a crucial moment in the country's attempts to come to terms with the legacy of the Second World War.
It is the latest case against the few remaining Nazi officials still alive. Public prosecutors would need to work against the clock to conclude their case against the 96-year-old man.
Renowned for ambitious guerrilla actions, the artist collective Center for Political Beauty unveiled their latest project: a replica of Berlin's Holocaust Memorial set up next to right-wing AfD leader Björn Höcke's home.
Almost eight years after 21 people died and 650 were injured at the "Love Parade" music festival in Duisburg, the incident is finally being reviewed in a court of criminal law. Victims' families are counting on justice.
A newly reconstructed document written in 1944 by a Greek Jewish prisoner at Auschwitz tells of misery "the human mind can not imagine." The text was discovered buried in the ground at the Nazi extermination camp.
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