Over 70 years after the Holocaust, a new Jewish community has taken root in the city of Lodz in Poland. Long ago, nearly a third of its population was Jewish, but the Holocaust completely wiped out Jewish life there.
The country's capital is the scene of a heated controversy over Lithuanian independence fighters who had links with Germany's Nazis. Jewish activists are pitted against nationalists — and things are turning nasty.
Jewish groups say anti-Semitic attacks are happening with increasing frequency in Bavaria. The latest incidents follow several recent high profile cases in other German cities.
In what is being seen a symbolic triumph over the Holocaust, a survivor has celebrated with her 400 descendants. She turned 104.
The remains of 1,200 Holocaust victims were buried after being unearthed earlier this year. Jewish community leaders criticized Belarusian authorities' decision to continue a building project at the mass grave site.
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