Polish authorities have reopened an investigation into crimes committed at Auschwitz and its satellite camps during World War II. It is estimated that one million people – mostly Jews and non-Jewish Poles – were killed at the Nazi death camp.
One aim is to track down any Nazi war criminals still living. It is being carried out by the Institute of National Remembrance, a state body that investigates Nazi and communist-era crimes.
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