world war II
The statement added that the initiative was implemented in collaboration with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
The General Assembly, by its resolution 59/26 of November 22, 2004, declared May 8 and 9 a time of remembrance and reconciliation.
The Second World War actually began on September 1, 1939, with the German invasion of Poland.
On August 19, many important events took place.
On June 21, many important events took place.
On June 14, many important events took place.
Three years ago, the Greek island of Lesbos found itself at the heart of Europe's greatest migration crisis since World War II.
Khawaja Philip and Roxana are two Greeks arrived in Egypt during World War II and refused to leave since then. Both of them recalls memories during an interview with et.
Graffiti or street artists in Belgrade are playing out a football rivalry on the city's walls in a development far from the image of ultranationalism and violent Balkan fans.
A rare video of Saudi Arabia’s King Abdulaziz Al-Saud meeting with U.K. Prime Minister Winston Churchill in Fayoum in February 1945 is circulating on Twitter.
The 1985 Soviet War drama 'Come and See' will be screening at Room ART Space & Café on February 18, 2018.
Akbar laid a wreath at the cemetery of Indian soldiers who participated in the Alamein Battle.
The launching was due to take place on Saturday, coinciding with the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Alamein.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is considering calling a snap election as early as next month.
On the anniversary of atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima city in 1945, all States should intensify their efforts to pursuit a nuclear-weapons-free world.
The Rommel Cave Museum will open its doors to visitors soon after having been closed for seven years
A veteran sportswriter left U.S. newspaper the Denver Post on Monday after he stated he was unsettled by a Japanese driver's victory in the Indianapolis 500.
An ancient Egyptian Pharaonic stone slab was returned to the Berlin Museum in Germany, after 70 years, where it was thought to be lost during World War II.
A motion was submitted to the parliament Monday to demand compensation for Egypt over millions of World War II the Western Desert.
Antiquities Ministry, in cooperation with Matrouh Governorate, started the renovation of Rommel’s Cave Museum in Matrouh, north-western Egypt, to be opened for visitors within two months