Start your day here: The world marks Holocaust Remembrance Day

Published January 27, 2022 at 8:12 AM EST
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German elected officials, including Chancellor Olaf Scholz, and the speaker of Israel's Knesset parliament, Mickey Levy, pose in front of Reichstag building that houses the German Bundestag in Berlin on Thursday, the International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

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