- AFP via Yahoo! NewsApr 13 13:07 PM
Nazi-hunters the Simon Wiesenthal Center on Monday praised Germany's efforts to bring war criminals to justice some seven decades after the atrocities of the Holocaust. "The most important positive results achieved during the period under review (April 2014 to March 2015) were obtained in Germany," the group said in a statement upon the release of its annual report. The report highlighted the ...
- Deutsche WelleApr 13 12:52 PM
- New York PostApr 13 13:51 PM
JERUSALEM (AP) — The world’s predominant Nazi-hunting group took the United States to task over its failure to prosecute a member of a notorious Nazi unit who lived quietly in...
- The Jewish Journal of Greater Los AngelesApr 03 4:37 AM
As the night’s master of ceremonies at the Simon Wiesenthal Center/Museum of Tolerance annual national tribute dinner, Jeffrey Katzenberg had two big jobs — to keep the presentations to heroes who’d risked their lives to save others moving along like clockwork and to convince the crowd that the night’s top honoree, Harvey Weinstein , is a good guy and a true humanitarian.
- The Jewish Journal of Greater Los AngelesApr 14 18:24 PM
The Simon Wiesenthal Center praised Germany’s recent efforts in tracking down former Nazis while noting a general lack of progress in finding them throughout the rest of the world.
- Reuters via Yahoo Canada NewsMar 30 10:10 AM
A Danish former Nazi officer and a war criminal on the Simon Wiesenthal Center's most wanted list has died, according to a death note in the German paper Allgauer Zeitung published at the weekend. The notice, drawn up by his children, said 93-year-old Soren Kam died on March 23, little more than two weeks after his wife passed away. Kam was the fifth-most wanted war criminal by the Simon ...
- The ForwardMar 31 4:10 AM
Soren Kam, No. 5 on the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s list of most wanted war criminals, has died. Click here for the rest of the article...
‘Totally unrepentant Nazi murderer’ dies a free man at 93 despite admitted role in Danish editor’s executionNational PostMar 31 11:39 AM
A Danish court convicted SS officer Soren Kam in absentia for the 1943 murder of Carl Henrik Clemmensen but Germany refused to extradite Kam
- The New Zealand HeraldMar 31 14:24 PM
BERLIN (AP) " Soren Kam, a former SS officer wanted for war crimes in his native Denmark, has died in Germany. He was 93.The Simon Wiesenthal Center counted Kam among its top targets for the killing of an anti-Nazi newspaper editor...
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsApr 13 12:07 PM
JERUSALEM (AP) — The world's predominant Nazi-hunting group took the United States to task over its failure to prosecute a member of a notorious Nazi unit who lived quietly in Minnesota for decades in its annual report released on Monday.
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