Monument unveiled to Greek Jewish victims of the Nazis in Austria

Greece has honoured over 350 victims, among them 170 Greek Jews, at the former German-Nazi concentration camp, Ebensee, in Upper Austria, during World War II.

Greek Jews call for end to “Burning of Judas” Easter custom

The Central Board of Jewish Communities in Greece has called for the abolition of the "Burning of the effigy of Judas" custom, which takes place in some areas of the country.

Thessaloniki marks 75th anniversary of Holocaust deportations

Residents of Thessaloniki gathered at the city’s old railway station in memory of the first of 19 convoys of Jewish residents deported to Auschwitz under Nazi occupation.

Five neo-Nazis arrested in Greece over attacks

Five Greek men have been arrested by counter-terrorism police as part of a crackdown on far-right groups accused of attacking migrants and left-wing activists, Greek police said on Tuesday.

Israeli president attends Holocaust memorial in Greece

Israel's president and Greece's prime minister attended a foundation ceremony on Tuesday for a Holocaust memorial museum in the Greek city of Thessaloniki, which lost 97 percent of its Jewish community in German World War II death camps.

Greek Jews slam desecration of Holocaust memorial

The Central Board of Jewish Communities in Greece has condemned the desecration of Thessaloniki’s Holocaust monument which took place on Sunday.

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