Paris relives the joy of liberation, 70 years on

"Paris! Paris outraged! Paris broken! Paris martyred! But Paris liberated! Liberated by itself. Liberated by its people..." The words of Charles De Gaulle to an ecstatic crowd cheering the capital`s liberation from Nazi occupation after four long, painful, bitter years.

Seventy years on, Europe remembers Roma genocide

Krystyna Gil was told by her Roma grandmother to "never forget”.

`Downfall` director joins biopic of Nazi resistance fighter

Oliver Hirschbiegel, director of the Oscar-nominated Hitler drama `Downfall`, has signed on to direct an upcoming biopic on lesser-known Nazi resistance fighter Georg Elser.

Indonesian `Nazi` election video sparks anger

A Indonesian music video aimed at boosting support for a controversial ex-general running for the presidency sparked anger Wednesday after critics said it had Nazi overtones.

Controversial Nazi-themed Indonesian cafe reopens

A controversial Nazi-themed cafe in Indonesia that closed shop last year after sparking international outrage reopened Saturday with its walls still bearing swastikas and a painting of Adolf Hitler.

Long after moving to US, Nazi suspect faces charges

A decade after a court ruling allowed him to live out his quiet, middle-class life in the US, an 89-year-old Philadelphia man faces possible extradition to Germany on charges he aided in the killing of 2,16000 Jewish men, women and children at a Nazi death camp.

Long after move to US, Nazi suspect faces charges

A decade after a court ruling allowed him to live out his quiet, middle-class life in the US, an 89-year-old Philadelphia man faces possible extradition to Germany on charges he aided in the killing of 2,16000 Jewish men, women and children at a Nazi death camp.

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Nazi memorabilia that belonged to Adolf Hitler and air force chief Hermann Goering have been withdrawn from a Paris auction following objections from Jewish bodies.

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Nazi memorabilia that belonged to Adolf Hitler and air force chief Hermann Goering have been withdrawn from a Paris auction following objections from Jewish bodies.

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Nazi memorabilia that belonged to Adolf Hitler and air force chief Hermann Goering have been withdrawn from a Paris auction following objections from Jewish bodies.

Hitler may have married Jewish woman by mistake: Report

In what could prove to be one of the biggest ironies of history, Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler, infamous for the genocide of Jews, may have unwittingly married a Jewish woman, new British research has found.

Greek PM aide quits after casting doubt on neo-Nazi probe

A close aide of Prime Minister Antonis Samaras resigned Wednesday following a secretly taped discussion puportedly showing him casting doubt on an ongoing probe into neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn.

Nazis plotted to create super-mosquitoes to infect enemy

Nazi German scientists secretly planned to breed `super-mosquitoes` infested with malaria that could be air-dropped into enemy territory during World War II, a researcher has claimed.

German recluse`s `Nazi art trove` bigger than first thought

Around another 60 artworks, including pieces by Monet and Renoir, have come to light at the Austrian home of an elderly German recluse.

`LEGO Movie` tops `Monuments Men` to score huge U.S. box office win

`The LEGO Movie,` an animated film based on the colorful plastic children`s blocks, snapped up $69.1 million in ticket sales to top weekend box office charts, easily beating the George Clooney World War Two film `The Monuments Men.`

British MP deemed `stupid` for Nazi uniform stag party

A British lawmaker had been "stupid and offensive" in organising a Nazi-themed stag party in France, but is not a racist, a Conservative Party internal inquiry found.

Israeli bill to outlaw the word Nazi sparks ire

An Israeli draft law that would criminalise the use of the word Nazi in most cases has sparked a debate on freedom of speech in a state that was founded out of the ashes of the Holocaust.

Israel advances bill banning Nazi terminology

Israel`s parliament has given initial approval to a bill banning the use of Nazi terminology, media reported on Thursday, with critics saying it violates freedom of expression.

Guillotine used for resistance siblings `found in Germany`

The guillotine used to execute Nazi resistance siblings Sophie and Hans Scholl in 1943 appears to have been found in southern Germany after being thought lost for decades, a museum said on Friday.

Guillotine used for resistance siblings `found in Germany`

The guillotine used to execute Nazi resistance siblings Sophie and Hans Scholl in 1943 appears to have been found in southern Germany after being thought lost for decades, a museum said Friday.