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Hungary indicts 98-year-old for Nazi war crimes

Laszlo Csatary had topped the most-wanted list of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, the Los Angles-based human rights organization named for the Holocaust survivor who spearheaded global efforts to hunt down Nazi fugitives after the war.

Laszlo Csatary, Nazi war crimes suspect, arrested in Hungary

The Simon Weisenthal Center's head Nazi hunter, Efraim Zuroff, described Csatary's arrest as "a great victory and very important one."

Germany: Anne Frank waxwork unveiled at Berlin Madame Tussauds

"Anne Frank was such a hopeful person. It's that sense of optimism that we want to convey in this figure," a museum spokeswoman said.

Germany: Neo-Nazi murder victims remembered with ceremony, minute's silence

Chancellor Merkel urged Germans to be vigilant against far-right extremism, citing Edmund Burke's famous warning: "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing."

Germany: Who should feed the neo-Nazi cats?

When a far-right cat-owner is arrested, who's left holding the kitties?
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The cat is not a neo-Nazi, nor has it ever belonged to one. (Mimi Hanaoka/GlobalPost)

BERLIN, Germany — The discovery of a neo-Nazi terror cell, suspected of committing racist murders over a span of 10 years, shocked and outraged Germany.

It also left behind two very hungry cats.


A Xmas spy story

New biography reveals truth about Britain's top double-agent during WW II
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There's always room on British bookshelves for another story about how the Brits outwitted Hitler (-/AFP/Getty Images)
New biography reveals truth about Britain's top double-agent during WW II

Germany: Government agrees to compensate neo-Nazi gang's victims

The victims' families will receive compensation as a sign of the German government's solidarity, the justice minister said.

Nazi investigations reopened by Germany

German authorities are reopening hundreds of investigations of former Nazi death camp guards in an attempt to bring the last living Nazi war criminals to justice.
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