Survivors back bid to include modern-day genocides in national Holocaust Memorial

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Survivors back bid to include modern-day genocides in national Holocaust Memorial

Holocaust survivors have joined MPs to back a move to open an atrocity prevention centre at the new national Holocaust Memorial being built in Westminster. Martin Stern, a Terezin camp survivor, stressed the need for the new memorial in the shadow of Parliament to commemorate modern-day atrocities such as those in Rwanda and Bosnia, as well recording the slaughter of six million Jews in the Shoah.

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