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.
Germany's top diplomat, Heiko Maas, has urged respect for human dignity on a visit to Auschwitz. He said Germany's responsibility for the attrocities committed at the Nazi death camp would never end.
Munich has unveiled its new memorial system recalling thousands killed by the Nazis. The plaques will exist alongside well-known but controversial commemorative cobblestones, which are banned on Munich public ground.
Former SS camp guard Jakiv Palij has landed in Düsseldorf, 14 years after his deportation order was signed in the US. But whether he faces trial in Germany remains far from clear.
The threats from the dual US-Israeli nationality Jewish teen had stoked fears of rising anti-Semitism in the US. They also led to intense debate and shock in Israel and the US Jewish community.
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