Where Nazis and local collaborators murdered more than 150,00 people, including 50,000 Jews, starting in September 1941
- 1 July, 2015 Second Temple-era ritual bath found under house Couple from Ein Kerem in Jerusalem discovered during renovations that a 2,000-year-old mikveh was right underneath their floors, giving credence to theory that there was a Jewish settlement at the site.
- 29 November, 2017 Polish landowner requests removal of monument to Jews killed by Nazis for baking bread The Charznow town council is discussing ways to commemorate the 1942 murders, even if the memorial is removed for development purposes
- 10 February, 2017 ‘Orgy of murder’: The Poles who ‘hunted’ Jews and turned them over to the Nazis More than 200,000 Jews were killed, directly or indirectly, by Poles in World War II, says historian Jan Grabowski, who studied the brutal persecution of the victims. His conclusion: There were no bystanders in the Holocaust.
- 9 July, 2017 Dutch municipal hall honoring Nazi collaborator who deported Jews to be renamed As a senior official during the Nazi occupation in Amsterdam, Piet Mijksenaar provided 'enthusiastic help with the deportation of Jews'
- 19 July, 2017 Britain’s Prince William and Kate Middleton visit concentration camp, meet Holocaust survivors during Poland trip William and Kate visited the site of Stutthof concentration camp, the first Nazi camp built in Poland where more than 85,000 people perished