Raúl Castells, leader of the Pensioners and Unemployed Independent Movement (MIJD), said that the lawmakers who oppose him being appointed as a lawmaker are “Nazi sympathizers.”
A 94-year-old former guard at Auschwitz lowered his eyes as he arrived at a German court to be tried as an accessory to the murder of 170,000 people in what is likely to be one of the last few Nazi war crimes trials.
Global fashion chain Zara, owned by Spain's Inditex, pulled today from sale a striped children's top decorated with a large six-pointed star after it was likened to uniforms worn by Jewish concentration camp inmates in Nazi Germany.
Enraged Italians shouted abuse and kicked the hearse of a Nazi war criminal at his funeral ceremony today, which went ahead near Rome despite attempts by the local mayor to prevent it.
The ex Italian PM has taken another swipe at his old foe Martin Schulz, the German president of the European parliament and the centre-left candidate to lead the EU Commission.
Auction website eBay has refused to list a World War II-era Mercedes Benz once owned by Hermann Goering, a Nazi leader who commanded the German air force, citing a policy prohibiting the sale of offensive items.
Berlin has laid the foundations for a memorial to a largely neglected group of Nazi victims - hundreds of thousands of mentally and physically disabled people murdered by Hitler's regime under its "euthanasia" program.
Rochus Misch, the last surviving witness of Adolf Hitler's final days in the Berlin bunker who always referred to the Nazi dictator as "the Boss", has died in his home at the age of 96, his book agent said.
Erich Priebke, a former German Nazi SS officer convicted of one of Italy's worst wartime massacres, died today in Rome at the age of 100, his lawyer said.
John Demjanjuk, a retired US engine mechanic convicted for his role in killing 28,000 Jews as a guard at a Nazi death camp during World War Two, died aged 91 in a care home in Germany, police said.
The German Historical Museum in Berlin must return a collection of thousands of rare, handcrafted posters seized more than 70 years ago by the Nazis to the son of the original owner, Germany's federal court said.
The Nazi-hunting Simon Wiesenthal Centre confirmed yesterday that Laszlo Csatary, accused of complicity in the killings of 15,700 Jews, had been tracked down to the Hungarian capital.
Poland has reopened investigations into crimes committed at the Nazi death camp of Auschwitz during World War Two, in an effort to track down any surviving camp employees before they die.
Two pieces of Adolf Hitler's personalized bed linen, complete with swastikas and the Nazi leader's initials, are together expected to fetch up to 3,000 pounds ($4,700) at a sale in Britain next week.
Jean Marie Le Pen, the founder of France's far-right National Front party, was found guilty of condoning war crimes and given a suspended jail sentence of three months by a court in Paris.
A German court convicted John Demjanjuk for his role in the killing of 27,900 Jews in the Sobibor Nazi death camp during the Holocaust, then set the 91-year-old free because of his age.
The former Berlin waterfront estate of Adolf Hitler's propaganda chief Joseph Goebbels is going under the hammer.
Vandals destroyed a monument to victims of a World War Two pogrom against Jews in Poland, covering it with racist inscriptions and swastikas in green paint, police said today.
Germany's first post-war exhibition devoted to Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler has been extended by three weeks due to popular demand, the German Historical Museum (DHM) said.
An Austrian baker, under investigation for icing cakes with Nazi symbols, has apologised to the head of a Holocaust awareness group for causing offence.
A Vienna museum has agreed to pay $5 million in compensation to the sole granddaughter of an Austrian woman whose Egon Schiele painting "Houses by the Sea" was confiscated by the Nazis on the eve of World War Two.
A new book about the life of Coco Chanel published in the United States aims to strengthen claims the French designer collaborated with the Nazis during World War II as a spy code-named "Westminster."
Actress and social activist Susan Sarandon was reported to have called Pope Benedict a Nazi during a public discussion at a US film festival in New York.
A Russian opera singer has pulled out of the Bayreuth opera festival over Nazi tattoos on his chest days before the start of the celebration of Richard Wagner's works that was once popular with Third Reich leaders.
Buckingham Palace scolded Rupert Murdoch's Sun tabloid for publishing a previously unknown film from 1933 that appears to show Britain's Queen Elizabeth performing a Nazi salute as a young girl.