(Undated) — Today is Holocaust Remembrance Day and people around the world will honor the millions killed by the Nazis across Europe. Six-million Jews and five-million others were killed, many in Nazi death camps, before and during World War Two. Commemorations began last night. Israel is marking the day with ceremonies including a moment of silence and a two-minute air siren. The Jewish state was created in 1948, three years after World War Two ended.
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