Ceremonies have taken place around the world to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day. At an event in the German parliament, concentration camp survivor Ruth Klüger described some of the horrors she experienced.
Inge Deutschkron was one of 1,700 Jews who survived the Holocaust in the Berlin underground. Now 95, the renowned German-Israeli publicist has not tired of reminding the world of the atrocities committed by the Nazis.
Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu joined the rest of his country in remembering victims of the genocide. The ceremonies will last until Monday evening.
Ruth Klüger survived three Nazi concentration camps. Today, she is impressed that Germany is welcoming refugees. Klüger speaks to DW about Auschwitz, getting older and her speech in the German Bundestag.
Jews in Germany are feeling threatened. Such fears should make government and society think, DW's Christoph Strack writes.
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