A 93-year-old German man was arrested Monday, suspected of committing war crimes while a Nazi death camp guard during World War II.
The Wiesenthal Center said it added two men who escaped to the United States after World War II to its Most Wanted Nazi War Criminals list.
The Holocaust was a U.S. intelligence hoax and the 6 million Jews killed by the Nazis actually moved to the United States, an Egyptian state news official said.
A Warsaw statue depicting a praying Hitler is valuable in that it shows how evil may be disguised as a "sweet, praying child," Poland's chief rabbi said.
Former Nazi SS member Siert Bruins has been charged by a German court with the 1944 assassination of a Dutch World War II resistance fighter.
Accused Nazi war criminal Sandor Kepiro, 97, on trial in Hungary, says he is innocent of charges that he killed 36 Jews and Serbs in Novi Sad, Serbia, in 1942.
An official of a Nazi-hunter organization in Los Angeles said it is irrelevant that remaining Nazis are old and feeble; they should be brought to justice.
The Simon Wiesenthal Center is launching a final campaign to locate the world's most wanted Nazi, the Austrian physician known as Dr. Death.
The Simon Wiesenthal Center announced plans to ramp up efforts to locate and prosecute alleged Nazi war criminals hiding in Argentina.
A former member of the Danish Waffen-SS wanted for murder and ranked eighth on a list of the top 10 Nazi fugitives is living comfortably in Germany.