More than 200 European rabbis are meeting in the German capital for the first time since the Holocaust. They are commemorating the victims of the November pogroms of 1938 in Germany.
Anti-Semitic tendencies in film weren't restricted to the Nazi era. Film historian Frank Stern explains how pre-war and postwar films portrayed Jews - and why Germany's approach lags behind the US and France.
Neo-Nazi conspiracy theorists have been given the go-ahead for a rally marking the death of Rudolf Hess. They believe Hess was murdered by British spies.
Over 70 years after Hitler's death, relics from his rule are still being discovered in churches and public buildings across Germany. Should they be demolished or preserved for posterity as eye witnesses dwindle?
Skinheads in Belarus who desecrated a memorial for Holocaust victims have received jail sentences for hooliganism. Despite a dwindling number of Jews, anti-Semitism remains a problem.
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