It's 75 years since the Warsaw Uprising against the Nazi regime during WWII. Bohdan Dembinski was one of those who took part in the bloody 63-day battle. He told Euronews about the day it all started.
Angela Merkel paid tribute to Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg who was executed for his part in the plot to assassinate the Nazi leader and end the war in 1944
"As the father of computer science and artificial intelligence, as well as war hero, Alan Turing’s contributions were far-ranging and path-breaking. Turing is a giant on whose shoulders so many now stand,” the Bank of England's governor said on Monday.
16,000 people were evacuated from an area of Frankfurt to allow for an unexploded WWII bomb to be defused.
Several thousands people, including 500 survivors, will receive up to €15,000 from NS as compensation for its role transporting Jews, Roma and Sinti to Nazi concentration camps.
The wreckage of the German "Wilhelm Gustloff" ship, sunk by a Soviet submarine in January 1945, has been a war grave since 1994. Under Polish law, diving is strictly prohibited within a 500-metre radius of the site.
A tree has been planted at the UN in memory of Anne Frank, on what would have been her 90th birthday. It is from a cutting from the horse chestnut that grew outside the annexe where the Frank family hid from the Nazis.
New trove of father's letters released to mark Anne Frank's 90th birthday
A veteran has beaten the odds to enjoy a tender reunion with his war-time lover, 75 years after they last set eyes on each other.
French president reads the testimony of a 16-year-old French resistance fighter who was executed for helping with the D-Day landings
A 93-year-old D-Day veteran made a flirtatious remark as he met Donald and Melania Trump in southern England.
At a ceremony in Ver-sur-Mer, the UK Prime Minister and the French President paid tribute to those who gave their lives in Normandy 75 years ago.
Veterans of the D-Day landings have shared their heartbreaking memories of what was the largest seaborne invasion in history.
"How is my dream girl tonight?" he wrote. "Fine, I hope. I can picture you now, darling, with your rust colored hair predominating the smudge of dirt on the tip of your nose, and you are submissive to your thoughts with a far-away look in your eye. "
More than 150,000 allied troops crossed the Channel to storm French beaches in Normandy on June 6, 1944. They ushered in the beginning of the end for the Third Reich and its leader, Adolf Hitler. Euronews recaps what happened on that decisive day.
As Europe pays tribute to the fallen, photographer Chris Helgren returned to some of the key locations involved in the D-Day landings to see how they have changed since the war.
Legendary broadcaster George Hicks was calm and deliberate while doing a radio report at the frontlines of the Normandy invasions in June 1944.
"I remember watching a dead soldier on the road and two tank columns were advancing and driving over the corpse... the noise it made, a daunting noise."
D-day in numbers.
D-Day veteran honours fallen comrades with parachute jump
D-Day as it happened 75 years ago.
Captain Skinner was one of the hundreds of thousands of troops to cross the Channel on D-Day. He died on June 7, 1944.
Emotions ran high as world leaders commemorated D-Day in a ceremony marking 75 years since the invasion of Normandy.
The youngest-known participant of the allied invasion at just 15 years old, Jim Radford has now unexpectedly found fame summiting the UK music charts.
Online bidding has already reached $55,000 (€49,000).
“I’m not bitter about the D-Day celebrations at all,” said Ivor Gaskill. “I just wish they’d give us the same recognition because if hadn’t been for us there probably wouldn’t have been a D-Day, at least not on 6 June.”