"We get complacent and assume that things continue as they have been, just automatically, and they don't," Obama said in comments at a conference in Chicago, footage of which was available Friday on social media.
3 men face range of terrorism-related charges over alleged membership of banned 'National Action' organization
Footballing body says it will investigate 'several incidents among German fans' from last Friday's game in Prague
101 Uzbek soldiers, called "inferior people" were handpicked to be exhibited to the Dutch in an effort to join the Nazi regime
Subway riders have banded together to remove swastikas from the walls of a train in New York's subway
French President Francois Hollande announced plans in May to establish a major foundation to fund a slavery memorial and museum in Paris.
A German court says the trial of a former SS medic who served at the Auschwitz death camp needed to be restarted to give time for judges' response
A new asylum seeker bill will be presented to the Danish parliament, allowing the authorities to seize any cash or jewelry belonging to refugees
As Spain sees 40th anniversary of Franco's death, modern right-wingers are saying that Europe owes 'moral debt' to fascist volunteers
Moscow is helping Greece in its investigation into possible Second World War reparations from Germany by providing access to previously unused Nazi archives.
Netanyahu told the ceremony on Wednesday that Tehran was seeking to rule the Middle East and destroy Israel.
Refugees from Bangladesh, Egypt, New Guinea, India and Morocco sent to live in WWII concentration camp.
Head of paramilitary police tells officers he is inspired by Nazi Germany
The bill's sponsors say it will close a loophole that has allowed Nazi suspects to keep their Social Security benefits if they left the United States voluntarily ahead of deportation proceedings
Alois Brunner, an Austrian SS officer found responsible for the World War Two deportation of 125,500 European Jews to Nazi death camps, escaped at the war's end from Germany to Egypt and arrived in Syria in 1954
The Bern Art Museum discovered in May it had been named sole heir of Cornelius Gurlitt, the recluse who kept the collection of 1,280 artworks hidden for decades
The Bern Art Museum discovered in May it had been named sole heir of Cornelius Gurlitt, the reclusive son of a man who dealt in so-called "degenerate" art for Adolf Hitler
The scene shows five men in traditional dress singing a drinking song in a room featuring a portrait of Hitler, a swastika flag and mannequins wearing Nazi uniforms and helmets.
A meeting was held between the Regional and national German justice ministers on Wednesday to discuss whether Germany should make a new law banning Hitler's National Socialist manifesto.
92 year-old European Parliament member Glezos is determined to champion Greece's compensation claim for the loss caused by Nazis.
It has been exactly one year since the court case against the far-right NSU started in Germany.