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Winston Churchill still looms large over Britain of 2015

Fifty years after Winston Churchill`s death, the wartime prime minister remains a touchstone of British political life -- and a reminder of a faded age of global influence.

BJP will win two-thirds majority in Delhi polls: Amit Shah
BJP will win two-thirds majority in Delhi polls: Amit Shah

After his strategy bore rich dividends in the in the General Elections last year, the Delhi Assembly polls 2015 are being seen as the next big assignment for Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah. But the man recognised as the 'Chanakya' of BJP says he hasn't taken any election lightly and his mantra remains 'maximum seats with maximum margin.'

'The Final Solution': Auschwitz survivors relive atrocities, 70 years on

 The piercing screams of a woman electrocuted on a barbed wire fence, children sent to the gas chambers and the constant threat of death: Auschwitz survivors recall life in the world`s most notorious death camp with remarkable clarity.

Germany`s PEGIDA leader steps down after `Hitler selfie`

The leader of Germany`s 'anti-Islamisation" movement PEGIDA stepped down Wednesday after a picture emerged of him sporting a Hitler-style haircut and moustache, along with racist slurs he posted on Facebook.

Photo of German anti-Islam leader in Hitler pose surfaces

A photo of the founder of Germany's new anti-"Islamisation" movement showing him wearing an Adolf Hitler-like moustache and hair style surfaced in German media today.

Thai minister meets Israeli ambassador after Hitler gaffe in official film

 A senior Thai cabinet minister met Israel`s ambassador to Thailand on Thursday after the diplomat said he was "saddened" by a government propaganda film that includes an image of a Thai school child painting a portrait of Adolf Hitler.

Hitler appears in Thai video to promote 'values'

The short propaganda film commissioned by Thailand's military rulers was supposed to promote the "12 core values" every Thai student must now learn. But there was one scene the junta has had trouble explaining: a grinning schoolboy painting an image of Adolf Hitler while his smiling classmate applauds.

France agrees to pay $60 mn compensation for Nazi rail deportations
France agrees to pay $60 mn compensation for Nazi rail deportations

France has agreed to pay the United States USD 60 million to compensate Americans and foreigners deported to Nazi death camps on French rail transport during World War II, diplomats announced on Friday.

Swiss museum to say whether it accepts Nazi-era art hoard

A Swiss museum is to announce Monday whether it will accept a German recluse`s bequest of a spectacular trove of more than 1,000 artworks hoarded during the Nazi era.

Garry Kasparov likens Vladimir Putin to Hitler, urges West to act

Russian chess master and political activist Garry Kasparov has compared President Vladimir Putin's "one-man dictatorship" to the rule of Adolf Hitler, warning that if the West fails to stop him now the price to do so could get much higher.

US lawmaker demands probe of Nazi benefit payments

A senior House Democrat demanded today that the Obama administration investigate the payment of millions of dollars in Social Security benefits to suspected Nazi war criminals and former SS guards.

Levski Sofia fined for mocking UEFA’s anti-racism campaign
Levski Sofia fined for mocking UEFA’s anti-racism campaign

Levski Sofia have been fined 19,000 levs ($12,419) after fans mocked one of the anti-racism campaigns launched by European soccer`s governing body UEFA in a Bulgarian league match last month.

Last of famous Mitford sisters dies at 94

Deborah, the dowager duchess of Devonshire, the last of the witty, unconventional Mitford sisters, died on Tuesday, her son said. She was 94.

TDP website allegedly displays morphed photo of KCR; case filed

LB Nagar police here on Friday have registered a case following a complaint alleging that the website of Telugu Desam Party was carrying a morphed photograph of Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, showing him with the look of Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler.

French MP fined for saying Hitler `did not kill enough` Roma

A French court on Tuesday fined an MP 3,000 euros for saying that Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler "maybe did not kill enough" Roma.

Malaysia PM chides lawmaker for saluting Hitler

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak chided a ruling party lawmaker for tweeting a salute to Adolf Hitler while praising Germany for making it to the World Cup final.

Merkel praises would-be Hitler assassins

German Chancellor Angela Merkel paid tribute on Saturday to the army officers who attempted to assassinate Adolf Hitler towards the end of the Second World War.

Nazi memorabilia sale stopped after Jewish protests

Nazi memorabilia that belonged to Adolf Hitler and air force chief Hermann Goering have been withdrawn from a Paris auction following objections from Jewish bodies.

Modi`s pictures in "negative faces" list, 4 students among 7 booked

The principal of a government polytechnic in Kerala and four students were among seven people booked by police on Tuesday over putting a photograph of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in their campus magazine under a list of "negative faces" that also included Adolf Hitler and Osama bin Laden.

Vladimir Putin calls Hillary Clinton a `weak` woman

Russian President Vladimir Putin waded into US politics describing former secretary of state Hillary Clinton -- and possible 2016 presidential candidate -- as "weak" in some sarcastic comments about women.