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German prosecutors are investigating claims that a 93-year-old woman served as a Nazi SS guard during World War II.
Hilde Michnia has also also accused of being involved in forcing prisoners on a march during which about 1,400 women died.
Hamburg prosecutors' spokesman Carsten Rinio said his office had begun the investigation of Michnia last week after a private citizen had filed a complaint against her as allowed under German law.
She is suspected of serving as a guard in the Bergen-Belsen and Gross-Rosen concentration camps.
Michnia told German newspaper Die Welt she had not been involved in any atrocities and only worked in the kitchens.
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More than a million people disappeared through the gates of Auschwitz never to leave.
ITV News Presenter Mark Austin remembers some of those victims:
Actor Sir John Hurt read a poem by Holocaust survivor Primo Levi during a commemoration ceremony in Central Hall, Westminster today:
In Auschwitz in southern Poland - where darkness has fallen but where on this special day a light has been shone on the unspeakable horrors that unfolded here. Some 70 years ago tonight this most notorious of Nazi death camps was liberated.
For more than a million, mainly Jews, it was too late. But some survived this killing factory, and some survive still. 300 returned here for a special service of commemoration. Some were coming back for the first time - but in the dusk here all managed a slow walk along the railway track that delivered them to their ghastly fate .
ITV News Correspondent Paul Davies reports on a day of remembrance: