Poland denies entry to pro-Putin bikers planning victory ride

Poland on Friday said it had denied entry to a Russian biker gang backed by the Kremlin, which is planning to ride through Europe to celebrate the Soviet Union's role in the World War II victory over Nazi Germany.

Russian fights extradition from US in World War II looted art case

A Russian art dealer accused by Polish authorities of illegally possessing an 18th-century painting stolen during World War II by Nazi Germany is challenging his extradition from the United States.

Japan remembers subway gas attack, 20 years on

Japan marked the 20th anniversary Friday of coordinated attacks on the heaving Tokyo subway system when a doomsday cult released a Nazi-developed nerve gas on packed trains, killing 13 people and injuring 6,000.

Madonna says France now feels like Nazi Germany
Madonna says France now feels like Nazi Germany

 Madonna has once again managed to gain limelight after she compared France to Nazi Germany.

Madonna says `intolerance` in Europe `feels like Nazi Germany`

Rebounding from her stage tumble at the Brit awards, pop star Madonna told French radio Thursday that "intolerance" was now so high in France and Europe that "it feels like Nazi Germany."

Poland to restore PhDs voided by Nazi Germany

A Polish university said on Monday it will restore doctorate degrees to 262 people, most of them Jewish, decades after Nazi Germany annulled them in the run-up to World War II.

Historic tapestry looted by Nazis to return to France

A historic 18th century tapestry that was looted by the Nazis during World War II and was kept at the University of Sheffield in Britain for over 50 years will return to its original home in France.

D-Day memories still fresh 70 years later for U.S. Veterans

Seventy years after D-Day, Carl Proffitt Jr. can still remember the bodies of soldiers washing up on France`s Omaha Beach in the Allied invasion that helped turn the tide against Nazi Germany in World War Two.

Oldest-known Holocaust survivor dies at 110

Alice Herz-Sommer, who was believed to be the oldest-known survivor of the Holocaust, died in London on today at the age of 110, a family member said.

Satirist under fire for comparing Sochi Games and Hitler`s Olympics

President Vladimir Putin`s allies are seeking an apology from a Russian satirist who drew a comparison between the Sochi Winter Olympics and the 1936 Berlin games Adolf Hitler used to help entrench his power and offer a rosy picture of Nazi Germany.

Croatia player banned for fascist chant

World football body FIFA handed Croatian defender Josip Simunic a 10-game ban to make him miss the entire 2014 FIFA World Cup after he led fans into a pro-Nazi chant following the play-off win over Iceland last month.

Nazis might have been first to land on moon had they won WW2

The German road to space would have been much clearer, had the Nazis won World War 2.

US district mulls action for Nazi assignment

School district officials in Albany say they`re considering disciplinary action for a high school English teacher whose writing assignment asked students to make a persuasive argument blaming Jews for the problems of Nazi Germany.

I regret `Polish death camp` gaffe: Obama

Obama made the verbal slip-up while posthumously awarding the Medal of Freedom to Jan Karski, a resistance fighter who struggled to tell the outside world about the murder of Jews in his country.

Nazi Germany`s famous rocket scientist dead

Nazi Germany`s famous rocket
scientist Walter Haeussermann, who was member of a team which helped America send its astronauts to the moon, has died in Alabama in the US.

UK was US’ `junior partner` in fighting Nazi Germany: Cameron

America did not actually join the Second World War until a year later.

Passions simmer over Moscow plans for Stalin V-Day

Russian liberals and communists clashed on Thursday over plans to set up information booths in central Moscow depicting Soviet ruler Josef Stalin`s role in defeating Nazi Germany in 1945.