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1999: Burnt down by the Nazis in 1933, first restored in 1972, the Berlin Reichstag renovated regains its status as seat of the German Parliament.
1994: Paul Touvier, former head of the intelligence service of the Militia in Lyon, is the first Frenchman sentenced by the Yvelines Assize Court to life imprisonment for crimes against humanity.
1943: The 60,000 Jews who remain in the Warsaw ghetto (Poland) rose up against the Nazi SS who had received orders from Hitler to exterminate them. Their desperate fight will last until May 16. 7,000 will die, weapons in hand, the others will be sent to the extermination camps.