In a gray, rainy Paris, world leaders gathered to mark the 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended World War I. The solemn occasion was marked by excerpts from soldiers’ letters read aloud. In all 17 million lost their lives in the war.
The news from Brexit talks in Brussels "could be worse," German Chancellor Angela Merkel said while meeting Emmanuel Macron. The French president said he wanted to believe the deal would be approved tomorrow.
Restoration work on Paris' iconic cathedral has yet to begin six months since the fire, but some good has come of it. Now more people are taking an interest in learning the skilled trades needed to rebuild Notre Dame.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said he was merely speaking his mind when criticizing the leaders of France and Germany. During a call with Donald Trump, he said Merkel and Macron were not doing enough for Kyiv.
An police administrator armed with a knife has killed at least four officers inside police headquarters in central Paris. The attacker, reportedly a longtime civilian staff member, was shot and killed.
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