World Bulletin / News Desk
According to TVN24, the incident happened on 6 October at the Majdanek concentration camp just outside of Lublin.
On receiving complaints from the Israelis, Polish police arrested the pair who will now be prosecuted for fascist propaganda.
The Turkish students have rejected the charges, saying that they were only joking.
If found guilty, they could be sent to prison for three years.
Israeli defense minister in Zagreb, heading up defense, IT delegations to EU country
Warning comes amid fourth round of negotiations between London, Brussels
Iraq’s central government has threatened to intervene militarily if the referendum leads to violence
Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel urges all sides to avoid further escalation after KRG’s controversial referendum
Police officers, firefighters dispatched to Tower Hill, some services suspended
European leaders announce easing of limitation after Athens stabilizes
Houthis say the American national was taken hostage on Saturday
No one injured in late-night blaze at place of worship in Orebro, southern Sweden
Antonio Guterres hopes UN-mandated activities across Iraq will be allowed to continue unhindered
Final results expected within three days, says spokesperson for Kurdish Regional Government’s Election Commission
Paris prosecutors open inquiry following 3 NGOs' complaint about BNP Paribas' possible role in 1994 genocide
Martin Schulz -- Social Democrat leader -- hardens opposition to 'grand coalition' with Merkel's conservatives
It remains unclear how Abadi's order will be implemented
But the euro dropped after Chancellor Angela Merkel's "unconvincing election victory," as LCG analyst Jasper Lawler put it.
EU, US should not criticize move to declare it terrorist group, says Nigeria's presidential assistant on prosecution