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  1. The management company for BTS issued an apology on Tuesday after photos surfaced showing a member of the world-famous K-pop group wearing a shirt depicting the U.S. atomic bomb attack on Japan ...

  2. The agency for K-pop superstars BTS has apologized for members wearing a T-shirt depicting an atomic bombing and a hat with a Nazi emblem. Japanese TV broadcasters recently cancelled the band's ...

  3. The Simon Wiesenthal Center made accusations against a surgeon from the hospital in a letter sent in October, the Aftonbladet daily reported. Management at Karolinska knew about ...

  4. The Simon Wiesenthal Center revived the criticism after issuing a statement that condemned several members for “wearing hats with the Nazi SS Death Head logo” on Nov. 11.

  5. The Simon Wiesenthal Center is critical of several BTS members for “wearing hats with the Nazi SS Death Head logo.” Rabbi Abraham Cooper, the director of the group Global Social ...

  6. The director of the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Jerusalem talked about his work last week in Johns Creek explaining that he remains busy 73 years after the end of World War II.

  7. A photo showing Baraboo High School students giving a Nazi salute before last spring's prom went viral Sunday and Monday, sparking a flurry of worldwide attention on the Wisconsin school

  8. Big Hit Entertainment said it ‘had no intention of causing distress or pain’ when member posed in offensive outfit

  9. The Los Angeles-based Jewish rights group Simon Wiesenthal Center had accused BTS of “mocking the past” over the t-shirt controversy, which saw Japanese broadcasters cancel recent ...

  10. In 1942, Johann Rehbogen was a teenage SS guard stationed at the Stutthof concentration camp in Poland. Rehbogen is being tried on charges of aiding and abetting in the murder of hundreds of ...

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