A shell dating back to World War I exploded after a fire raged at a military camp outside of Reims for four days.
On the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Versailles, we take a look at some relics from the moment the state of war between Germany and the Allied Powers was ended after World War I and how the historic treaty shaped the world today.
From the forerunner of the United Nations to the end of Germany's colonial empire, 7 ways the Treaty of Versailles changed the world.
Diplomatic tensions flare between Romania and Hungary after cemetery incident
Thousands of Australian and New Zealand citizens on Thursday (April 25) held memorial services in Gallipoli
The grenade was discovered in a shipment of French potatoes imported to a Hong Kong crisp factory, and detonated by police.
A portrait of a World War One soldier was carved onto the sands of Northern Ireland's Murlough beach on Sunday to mark the centenary of armistice day.
Citizens, servicemen and women, and military veterans, paid tribute to the fallen in their communities and history enthusiasts carried out reenactments from the Great War.
The Queen and senior members of the British royal family have attended a remembrance concert in London to mark Armistice Day and the 100th anniversary of the end of WWI
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President Emmanuel Macron led tributes to the millions of soldiers who died during World War One on Sunday, holding a solemn ceremony attended by dozens of world leaders in Paris to commemorate the centenary of the Armistice.
Both leaders laid a wreath at a memorial in the Somme valley, honouring fallen World War One soldiers on the eve of the centenary of the war's end.
While the end of World War I brought relief to many, it also set in motion economic and ideological changes, many of which still reverberate today.
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A British artist has unveiled an installation composed of more than 70,000 shrouded figures to mark the centenary of the end of World War One.
Remarks from French President Emmanuel Macron describing Marshal Philippe Pétain as a “great soldier” in WWI, before he went on to make “dire choices” during WWII, have been met with outcry.
A complex network of tunnels located near the northeastern French town of Braye-en-Laonnois, houses the memories of thousands of World War One soldiers who left their mark on the walls the Froidmont quarry.
In March, workmen resurfacing a road discovered a near-complete skeleton where he had fallen during the Battle of Verdun.
More than 11 million animals served during the Great War.
100 years after World War One, bomb clearance specialists are still working meticulously to remove unexploded munitions.
French and Belgian WWI memorial sites bid for UNESCO World Heritage status
The chocolate looked intact although it has probably lost its flavour by now.
ANZAC day commemorations around the world
Portuguese cinema pays tribute to their greatest hero of World War I, soldier Anibal Augusto Mihais, nicknamed ‘Soldier Millions’, which is the name of the film. In April 1918, while his companions were all killed or wounded, remained in his trench fighting the Germans.
Euronews' Alasdair Sandford tells the story of one British army officer sent to the US in April 1918 to recount his experiences from WWI, part of a drive to raise funds via the 'Liberty Loans' campaign. This soldier was Alasdair's grandfather.
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