On 27 January 1945, the Soviet Red Army liberated the Auschwitz death camp in German-occupied Poland. To mark its 75 years, many survivors from across the world were scheduled to travel to this site for official anniversary commemorations.
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Hungarian gymnast Agnes Keleti, the oldest living Olympic champion and Holocaust survivour, turns 99
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Orchestral performance in Jerusalem to feature lost music composed by Nazi concentration camp victims
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A German court on Tuesday said it had dropped a case against a 96-year-old former medical orderly at the Auschwitz death camp because he suffers from dementia
Pope Francis had faced stiff competition with the memory of immensely popular Polish pope and saint John Paul II, but quickly made the festivities his own.
Pope Francis became the third consecutive pontiff to make the pilgrimage to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp.
Pope Francis has walked beneath the notorious "Arbeit Macht Frei" gate at Auschwitz, beginning a somber visit to the Nazi German death camp.
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Francis' schedule, released Thursday, includes a visit to the Auschwitz memorial and a private visit to a children's hospital in Krakow.
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LUENEBURG, Germany A 94-year-old German man known as the "bookkeeper of Auschwitz" was sentenced to four years in prison for his role in the murder of 300,000 people at the Nazi death camp, in what could be one of the last big Holocaust trials. Betraying little emotion, white-haired Oskar Groening sat with his arms crossed, looking around the court room while the judge explained the verdict. After the hearing, he shuffled out of court, hunched over a walking frame with his head bowed