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French Senate votes unanimously to back Holocaust art restitution efforts

France’s Senate votes unanimously in favor of the restitution of Jewish-owned paintings, book and religious items taken under Nazi rule that are now in French custody.

Austria to use Hitler’s birthplace for police human rights training

Austria has announced it will use the house where Adolf Hitler was born to provide human rights training to police officers.

Roger Waters ‘dresses as SS officer’ and projects Anne Frank’s name during shows in Germany

Roger Waters was seen dressing in an outfit resembling that of a Nazi SS officer during recent live performances in Germany. The former Pink Floyd musician also projected the name of Anne Frank on a giant screen during the shows.

UK higher education report reveals Jewish students ‘underlying fear of being targeted’

According to a parliamentary report, British Jewish students “repeatedly” spoke of an “underlying fear of being targeted” over their backgrounds and of being “expected to answer questions about Israel".

Latvian synagogue restoration nears completion

Restoration of the historic Great Synagogue in Ludza, Latvia - dating from...

‘Jewish bones in Rabat are ours’

The Jewish catacombs in Rabat were at the centre of controversy in...

Monaco assists Israeli cancer-stricken children

While Bar Refaeli skipped across the red carpet at the Cannes Festival,...

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