Even now, some 40,000 German soldiers are being dug up from World War II battlefields and reburied every year. A public alliance to care for war graves helps give families certainty over where fathers and grandfathers have their last resting place.
Egypt has long worried that Ethiopia's planned Grand Renaissance Dam will cut its share of the Nile River. Both countries tried to put fears of a water war to rest at a bilateral meeting in Cairo.
The report concludes that the persistence of extreme poverty in the US is a political choice made by people in power. It also criticizes US policy for making health care a privilege, rather than a right.
The graves of 90 soldiers, killed in the Falklands War of 1982, remained unidentified until last year. A few still remain interred on the disputed islands in graves marked "Argentine soldier known only to God."
Intensified fighting has centered around Hodeida, a key port city the government says is a conduit for rebel arms. One aid worker likened war in Hodeida to war in Antwerp or Rotterdam, and said it must be avoided.
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