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.
In Somalia, about seven million people still depend on humanitarian aid. Special Representative of the UN Secretary General for Somalia Michael Keating talks about the task of rebuilding Somalia and the challenges ahead.
The UN has added the Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen to its annual list of shame for killing hundreds of children in 2016. Saudi Arabia rejected the report and said it took effort to avoid civilian casualties.
A surrendering German officer known only as H. Held saved the life of a gravely injured New Zealand soldier. Now, that soldier's descendant is hoping for another miracle.
From seemingly carefree moments to death on the battlefield: An exhibition in Berlin shows works by female war photographers in Europe between WWI and WWII.
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