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 World Jewish Congress has slammed a Polish town's beating and burning of an effigy of Judas as promoting anti-Semitism. The Catholic Church has banned the pre-Easter practice and says it glorifies violence.
In a country where anti-Semitism thrives, Greeks describe a Holocaust-themed game offered by an escape room company as "an undeniably entertaining adventure." Anthee Carassava reports from Athens.
Cafe Salomon is Leipzig's first kosher restaurant since the Holocaust. The Saxon city, where tens of thousands of Jews were persecuted in the 1930s, now has one of the most active Jewish communities in eastern Germany.
In the Belarusian city of Brest, construction work has unearthed the remains of over 1,000 Jews killed during World War II. But instead of a memorial, the spot will be a high-end apartment complex.
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