Early this morning the first of almost 300 survivors of Auschwitz arrived to commemorate 70 years since the Nazi-run death camp was liberated by Russian troops.
Emotions ran high as the survivors, now in their eighties and nineties, lay wreaths and lit candles in a dignified tribute to the million people who died within the walls of the camp. Paul Davies reports.
A new wave of antisemitism in Belgium sits uncomfortably alongside the ceremonies to remember the liberation of Auschwitz 70 years ago.
Auschwitz survivor Alina Dabrowska was a victim of the cruel experiments of Nazi doctor Josef Mengele, known as "the Angel of Death."
Here are just some of the faces and stories of Auschwitz survivors 70 years on from the concentration camp's liberation.