Untold stories of Jewish resistance revealed in London Holocaust exhibition

From quiet acts of bravery, to overt acts of rebellion, Jewish resistance to the Holocaust took many forms, yet research shows they remain largely unacknowledged in traditional UK teachings about the genocide. A new exhibition, drawing on thousands of previously unseen documents and manuscripts, is placing some of the little-known personal stories of heroism, active […]

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‘The law is equal for everyone’: Laura Codruța Kövesi, Europe’s first public prosecutor

Laura Codruța Kövesi made her name as the head of Romania’s respected anti-corruption agency, the DNA. She went after government ministers and mayors, fast becoming a favourite of the European parliament and anti-corruption campaigners. Kövesi was popular with many governments – but not her own, who vowed to do everything to block her successful campaign […]

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