ELIZABETH TAYLOR ARCHIVE
Elizabeth Taylor, with husband Sen. John Warner (R-VA) (2nd R), traveled to Hollywood on December 12, 1980, to receive the first Simon Wiesenthal Humanitarian Laureate Award. Simon Wiesenthal (L) flew in from Vienna to help honor the actress for the work she has done for Jewish causes. Joining Miss Taylor and Sen. Warner for photo session is Ben Vereen (R). (UPI Photo/Glenn Waggner/FILE).
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 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.
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Jewish leaders Saturday demanded a Ukrainian politician take back what they said was an anti-Semitic slur against actress Mila Kunis.
The posthumous baptism of Simon Wiesenthal's parents was a violation of church policy, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints says.
The late Nazi-hunter Simon Wiesenthal, a Holocaust survivor who died in 2005, frequently worked for Israel's Mossad spy agency, a new biography says.
The U.S. cable television network Starz said Monday it has acquired five documentaries from the Simon Wiesenthal Center.
The annual gala dinner in New York orchestrated by the Simon Wiesenthal Center has been canceled amid the center's financial woes, a spokeswoman said.
Simon Wiesenthal, the Nazi hunter who died in Vienna in September, has been removed from a data base of people baptized posthumously as Mormons.