Holocaust Remembrance Day: how a Nazi hunter tracks down war criminals 75 years later
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Holocaust Remembrance Day: how a Nazi hunter tracks down war criminals 75 years later

‘They weren’t monsters, they were ordinary people – and they have to be dealt with.’……

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Holocaust Memorial Day commemorated by Poland in the former Auschwitz II-Birkenau Camp | LIVE
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Holocaust Memorial Day commemorated by Poland in the former Auschwitz II-Birkenau Camp | LIVE

Main commemoration takes place in front of the ‘Gate of Death’ of the former Auschwitz…

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Kobe Bryant: from the scene of the fatal helicopter crash | LIVE
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Kobe Bryant: from the scene of the fatal helicopter crash | LIVE

Live from the scene where retired NBA legend Kobe Bryant was killed in a helicopter…

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Climate control: Stockholm named world’s smartest city as it aims for carbon positive footprint
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Climate control: Stockholm named world’s smartest city as it aims for carbon positive footprint

Even though it’s one of Europe’s fastest growing capitals, Stockholm plans to be carbon positive…

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‘We want to be carbon positive,’ says Mayor of Stockholm, named world’s smartest city
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‘We want to be carbon positive,’ says Mayor of Stockholm, named world’s smartest city

The Mayor of the Swedish capital, Anna König Jerlmyr, explains what being named the world’s…

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‘People were exhausted, emaciated by hunger,” Russian Auschwitz liberator remembers
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‘People were exhausted, emaciated by hunger,” Russian Auschwitz liberator remembers

The extraordinary memories of a former Soviet soldier who was there on 27 January 1945.……

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Liberator or Persecutor? How Poland sees the role of the Soviet Union in World War Two
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Liberator or Persecutor? How Poland sees the role of the Soviet Union in World War Two

As President Duda warns against false narratives, Euronews takes a look at the warring perspectives…

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The Brief: corruption still a major issue in European Union
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The Brief: corruption still a major issue in European Union

Five EU countries do not reach the 50 per cent threshold in the 2019 Corruption…

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75 years since the Holocaust, a Nazi hunter’s search for war criminals hiding in plain sight
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75 years since the Holocaust, a Nazi hunter’s search for war criminals hiding in plain sight

‘They weren’t monsters, they were ordinary people – and they have to be dealt with.’……

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‘I didn’t even get to kiss my mum’: Auschwitz prisoner tells his harrowing story of survival
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‘I didn’t even get to kiss my mum’: Auschwitz prisoner tells his harrowing story of survival

Stories of survivors are the most powerful part of the Auschwitz commemorations. Some have told…

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