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IOM project coordinator
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The millions of people who died in the First World War have been remembered in moving ceremonies.
The day of the armistice signed between Germany
The message of reconciliation is also very present on Armistice Day in Europe.
In the northern French village of Neuville Saint Vaast, which was
Huge crowds have flocked to London to catch a last glimpse of a stunning poppy garden that pays tribute to British casualties in World War
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A ceremony’s been held to mark the 100th anniversary of the First Battle of Ypres during the World War One.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the
Catherine Wheels and a fireworks waterfall have marked the beginning of a World War I torchlight remembrance in Belgium.
Some 8,400 torchbearers
Three hundred American paratroopers jumped out of the sky over Groesbeek in the Netherlands on Thursday to mark 70 years since the Battle of Arnhem
The War of 1914-18 was not only fought with guns but with intellect, a world war of minds and of the spirit.
French and German thinkers
A hundred years ago, at the beginning of World War I, French writer Charles Péguy was shot dead by a German bullet. He left behind a pregnant wife
Dignitaries from around the world gathered in Belgium on Monday to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War.
Fifty heads of state have gathered in Belgium to mark 100 years since the outbreak of the First World War. Euronews spoke to our correspondent
In Liege a ceremony took place at the Allies’ Memorial, close to where German troops invaded Belgium on August 4, 1914, the event which brought
Representatives from more than 80 countries have gathered in the Belgian city of Liege to commemorate the opening hostilities of World War One.
As the world marks 100 years since the start of World War I, euronews reporter Rudolph Herbert has been visiting Hartmann Hill in Alsace.
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While the Western Front struggled under the harsh conditions of trench warfare, German Chief of Staff Erich von Falkenhayn argued
The Imperial War Museum in London will reopen to the public on Saturday after undergoing a major revamp to commemorate the centenary of the First
Bosnia and Herzegovina
A hundred years after the First World War was kick-started there, and 20 years since the city itself was devastated in the Bosnian war, Sarajevo has
Visitors have flooded to Sarajevo keen to be a part of history. It was in the Bosnian capital 100 years ago to the day where Gavrilo Princip shot and
Crowding the streets outside the city hall in Sarajevo, people were treated to a concert to commemorate the event which triggered the First World
In a town famous for the horrors of war, an exhibition to show the beauty of peace is taking place.
As Sarajevo commemorates 100 years since the
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