German police have launched an investigation into Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters after he appeared on stage in Berlin last week wearing a Nazi-style uniform and firing an imitation machine gun.
By LAURENCE DE MELLO IN BUENOS AIRES
The 2022 discovery of a suspected WWII U-boat in Argentine waters has ignited an intense political debate within the closed corridors of the Argentine Government, resuscitating embarrassing historical ties between President General Juan Domingo Peron and Nazi Germany.
Brazilin authorities have arrested a family linked to pro-Nazi activities in the investigations on school violence undertaken after last week's episodes. A 14-year-old boy was among those apprehended.
A former secretary at a nazi concentration camp in Poland where at least 10,505 people were murdered during World War II was handed down a two-year suspended sentence Tuesday by the Itzehoe state court in Schleswig-Holstein state Tuesday for her involvement in the crimes.
Chile's President Gabriel Boric Font said during his first visit as head of state to La Araucanía that the Mapuche groups carrying out terrorist attacks in the area were “cowards,” and likened their actions to those of the Nazis in the 1930s.
Supporters of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro protested on Wednesday in front of Army barracks in Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro to demand military chiefs to prevent the inauguration of the president elected last Sunday in the general elections, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, through a coup d'état.
An Israeli documentary to be released shortly features voice recordings of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann, who was captured by the Mossad in the early 1960s in San Fernando, north of Buenos Aires, Argentina, it was reported.
An Uruguayan Court of Appeals has ruled the Government needs to sell the bronze eagle retrieved from the wreckage of the 3rd Reich's Admiral Graf Spee off the Montevideo coast.
Chile's Jewish community, Germany's Embassy in Santiago and the entire country's political spectrum Sunday agreed to condemn an article carried by the large-circulation daily El Mercurio reviewing the life of convicted Nazi leader Hermann Göring.
A 100-year-old former Nazi camp guard has been brought to trial Thursday for his alleged involvement as an accessory to more than 3,000 murders.