From the Associated Press via ynetnews.com:
The special prosecutors' office that investigates Nazi
war crimes said Tuesday it is recommending charges against dozens of alleged former Auschwitz
guards, opening the possibility of a new wave of trials almost 70 years after the end of World War II.
Kurt Schrimm, the head of the Ludwigsburg federal prosecutors'
office, said an investigation of about 50 alleged former guards turned
up enough evidence to recommend that state prosecutors pursue charges of
accessory to murder against 30 of them in Germany.
Another seven suspects who live outside the country are still being investigated.