US and European politicians draw different conclusions at ceremony in Poland marking 80 years since beginning of WWII.
People & Power
11 November 2018 GMT+3
French president tells leaders on Armistice Day to 'build our hopes rather than playing our fears against each other'.
20 September 2019 GMT+3
A century on, France finally recognises the sacrifices made by the tens of thousands of African and Asian soldiers in world war one.
6 November 2018 GMT+3
The 94-year-old's trial marks a new attempt in Germany's race against time to prosecute surviving Nazis.
30 October 2018 GMT+3
Landmark ruling will have a serious economic and political impact on Japanese-South Korean ties, analysts say.
US & Canada
21 August 2018 GMT+3
Jakiw Palij, who was living in Queens, New York, was a guard at Trawniki concentration camp in Nazi-occupied Poland.
9 August 2018 GMT+3
Women forced into sexual slavery during World War II fight for justice and struggle to make peace with the past.
8 March 2018 GMT+3
Mob attacks in Kandy are targeted and well planned, witnesses say, as fears grow over threats to Sri Lanka's stability.
1 March 2018 GMT+3
President Moon slams Japan's insistence that issue of sexual slavery during World War II occupation has been settled.
3 September 2017 GMT+3
Bomb-disposal team disarms 1.8-tonne 'blockbuster' bomb as tens of thousands in Frankfurt ordered away from homes.
2 September 2017 GMT+3
About 21,000 left Koblenz where first bomb was defused as 60,000 are preparing to leave Frankfurt for the bigger one.
20 August 2017 GMT+3
Warship that delivered key components for atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima was torpedoed in 1945, killing 900 sailors.
7 May 2017 GMT+3
Authorities in Hanover defuse two bombs, while a third requires special equipment to be neutralised.
21 November 2016 GMT+3
35th American president was gunned down 53 years ago on Tuesday, ending what some say were plans to finish the Cold War.
21 November 2016 GMT+3
Sunken giant at the bottom of the Aegean: The Britannic, a diver's paradise, provides clues to mysteries of the Titanic.
13 November 2016 GMT+3
Millions of Poles, Muslims, Sikhs, Hindus, and others fought against fascism in British army uniforms.
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