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Image caption Fence at Auschwitz. An Irish tourist has admitted to defacing a memorial at Auschwitz, the former Nazi concentration camp. It is understood he scratched his name on a wall. He was detained by security guards at the site in Poland last Sunday, a local prosecutor confirmed to Irish national broadcaster RTÉ . The tourist was charged in the nearby town of Oświęcim, in the presence of a translator, with breaching Article 335 of the Polish Penal Code. A prosecutor told RTE the man, who reports say is 38, admitted defacing the memorial and agreed to a punishment, which will be made public after a court hearing. The use of an accelerated process means that the tourist, whose name was... Full story

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