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Germany to pay $1 billion for homecare of ageing Holocaust victims

BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany will pay around 800 million euros ($1.03 billion) over a four-year period for homecare for the ageing survivors of the Holocaust, a Jewish organization said on Wednesday. Full story

Holocaust survivors, their U.S. liberators meet in Washington

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Ending a three-decade quest, Debbie Long on Monday met the American "kid" soldier who freed her mother from a World War II Nazi concentration camp. She threw her arms around Eldon Ooton, now 90, and sobbed. Full story

'It's so important to remember'

  Survivors and  U.S. Military Veterans, at the Holocaust Museum in Washington DC, marking its two decades of preserving the memory of those who perished in the Holocaust.  Donald McCarthy, a World War II Veteranexplains why it was so important for him to be there and  survivors Manny Mandel and David

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  Israel marks Holocaust remembrance day

Israel came to a brief halt today as sirens echoed across the country marking Holocaust remembrance day. In Jerusalem, Secretary of State John Kerry laid a wreath at Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.

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