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The Nazi fugitive dubbed Dr. Death is said to have spent his last 30 years in Egypt—some of them at this Cairo hotel. Aribert Heim's fate after his wartime past as a sadistic killer of inmates at the Mauthausen concentration camp was a mystery. Now an investigation by German broadcaster ZDF and the New York Times suggests he died from cancer in Egypt in 1992. A ZDF documentary says he fled to Cairo to escape war crimes investigators. He called himself Ferdinand Heim. And he converted to Islam during the early 1980s, assuming the name Tarek Farid Hussein. On his death he was buried in a pauper's cemetery where graves are freed up after only a few years. The investigators say they have documents amassed by Heim, a death certificate, and confirmation by his son Ruediger that he had died. But Nazi hunters at the Simon Wiesenthal Centre in Jerusalem say the findings lack conclusive proof. [Efraim Zuroff, Simon Wiesenthal Centre]: "There is no grave, there is no body, we can't do any DNA testing, and remember that there are people like his family who have a vested interest in convincing us that Heim is no longer alive." At Mauthausen Dr. Death is said to have killed hundreds of inmates by performing surgery without anesthetic and injecting petrol into their hearts. Among the local traders of Cairo, unaware of his past, some remember him almost fondly. [Abd Al Samad Himawi, Shopkeeper]: "He stayed at the Kasr el-Madina hotel maybe around 20 years ago and there was a roof space ...
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This is a cover of Lady GaGa's new song "Born This Way." I hope you enjoy! Lots of Love, Maria