In Ukraine over 40 people died when the trade union building burned down in Odessa three years ago. Most of those killed were pro-Russian activists who were sheltering inside.
The Irish border has become the central sticking point in the EU-UK Brexit negotiations. For locals, the prospect of a hard border has brought memories of violence into sharper focus, Arthur Sullivan reports.
German and Romanian officials have attended a memorial service for the 30,000 people, mostly Ukrainian Jews, murdered on October 22-23, 1941. The massacre has been a long overlooked page of WWII history — until now.
Mihail Zaslavsky is the only known survivor among tens of thousands of Ukrainian Jews who were executed or burned alive following a bomb attack on October 22, 1941. The 93-year-old told DW how he escaped the Nazis.
The FBI says it is treating the fatal shooting of 11 people during a baby-naming ceremony as a hate crime. Pittsburgh's mayor said it was the darkest day of the city's history, and he called for gun law reform.
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