Bonn – The trial of suspected Nazi criminal Samuel Kunz has been postponed in order to conduct further investigations, a court in Bonn announced on Friday. Kunz, 89, is to go on trial for ten counts of murder, as well as his alleged role in the murder of 430,000 people as a concentration camp guard in Belzec, in German-occupied Poland, from January 1942 to July 1943.The start of the trial has been postponed in part to gather further information about the witnesses who are due to testify. It remained unclear when the trial could begin.