Not an easy man to have on your side, Günter Grass was a writer who had the gall to spit into the soup of the high and mighty.
An article in the South African Jewish report accuses Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu of "preying" on Israel, together with Hamas.
The discovery in a rubbish-strewn German flat of nearly 1 500 paintings looted by Nazis has sparked urgent calls to hunt for their rightful owners.
A book by a Harvard scholar argues that US producers in the 1930s "collaborated" with the Nazis with cuts to films and self-censorship.
An extremist political group, Golden Dawn, plans to establish cells 'wherever there are Greeks'.
A new exhibition focuses on the rarely mentioned Nazi regime’s persecution of homosexuals.
The intimate correspondence between Adolf Hitler and members of the German public is being made public for the first time, revealing how some sent him gifts of honey while others pleaded with him for their lives. Four staff were hired to deal exclusively with the mass of post sent to Hitler after he became chancellor in January 1933.
The Cape Town City council on Wednesday upheld the metro disciplinary committee's recommendation that leader of the National People's Party (NPP) Badih Chaaban be expelled as councillor. Chief whip of the council Anthea Serritslev said a full sitting of council voted in favour of Chaaban's expulsion.
A disciplinary committee of the Cape Town city council has recommended that controversial councillor Badhi Chaaban be removed from office. The disciplinary hearings -- which Chaaban claimed were a kangaroo court -- followed claims that he sought to bribe councillors to cross the floor to his National People's Party.