Teaching young people to appreciate their Jewish roots and to cope with prejudice has become a central issue at a Jewish youth club in Cologne. But the specter of anti-Semitism still casts a long shadow.
After welcoming Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said his country had "committed a sin" by siding with Nazi Germany. Orban recently faced accusations of anti-Semitic propaganda.
The 19-year old American-Israeli hacker was tracked down as the main suspect in bomb threats against Jewish community in the United States. Investigators arrested the man in his home in southern Israel.
Germany's Jewish community still faces hate. One NGO, along with several political groups, shed light on the problem across five German cities. DW's Kathleen Schuster reports from Cologne, the final stop on the tour.
A Berlin court has ordered a man to pay 1500 euros for urinating on the Berlin Holocaust memorial. Jewish community leader Charlotte Knobloch hopes this trial will strengthen German collective memory.
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