Roman mayor hails city's two living Holocaust survivors
Marino gives thanks and apology at Nazi round-up memorial16 October, 17:39
Of more than a 1000 Roman Jews taken to Auschwitz and Birkenau camps, only seven returned, said Democratic Party (PD) Senator Monica Cirinna', a member of the senate justice commission on Monday in support of a measure that would make denying the Holocaust a crime. “The city of Rome kneels before you and thanks you,” Marino told Nazi concentration camp survivors Lello Di Segni and Enzo Camerino. “The guilty indifference of those days is another wound inflicted on the Jewish community,” Marino added.