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The US did not quite ‘rebuild China’. The facts show why

Did the US “rebuild China” over the past 25 years? Perhaps not in the same way that Germany and Japan were rebuilt with American aid after the second world war. Learning from the painful lessons of..
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Princess Anne visits Londonderry wood created to mark 100th anniversary of First World War

princess anne visits londonderry wood created to mark 100th anniversary of first world war
A Centenary Wood in Co Londonderry's Faughan Valley was in the spotlight on Tuesday afternoon thanks to a visit from Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal.
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Sand portraits honour First World War dead in Cornwall [Video]Sand portraits honour First World War dead in Cornwall  01:02

Volunteers have created a portrait in sand at Porthcurno beach in Cornwall, southwest England, for the centenary of Armistice Day.

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On beaches from Cornwall to the Shetland Isles, and Pembrokeshire to Donegal, portraits of the fallen were sculpted in the sand, to say thank you for their sacrifice, 100 years since the end of the..

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Macron Calls Nationalism A Betrayal [Video]Macron Calls Nationalism A Betrayal  00:35

PARIS (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron used an address to world leaders gathered in Paris for Armistice commemorations on Sunday to send a stern message about the dangers of nationalism,..

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Leaders Mark 100 Year Anniversary Of WW1's End [Video]Leaders Mark 100 Year Anniversary Of WW1's End  00:39

PARIS (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron welcomed world leaders to the Elysee Palace on Sunday ahead of a commemoration at the Arc de Triomphe to mark the 100th anniversary of the Armistice..

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Topless protester runs at Trump motorcade in Paris [Video]Topless protester runs at Trump motorcade in Paris  00:39

A topless female protester ran at President Trump's motorcade on Sunday, while he was in Paris for the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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Prince Harry commemorates centenary at Twickenham Stadium [Video]Prince Harry commemorates centenary at Twickenham Stadium  01:44

Prince Harry attends England vs New Zealand rugby match at Twickenham Stadium, where he lays a wreath on the pitch to commemorate the centenary. Ahead of the match, he met descendants of two England..

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Train named after Victoria Cross recipient

A TRAIN has been named after Allan Lewis, Herefordshire's sole recipient of the Victoria Cross, in commemoration of the 2,545 Great Western Railway workers who died during the First World War.
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Germany's Merkel calls for a European Union military

German Chancellor Angela Merkel called on Tuesday for an integrated European Union military, recalling the lessons of the First World War and the divisions that led to the conflict.
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Wishaw residents come together to commemorate war sacrifice

wishaw residents come together to commemorate war sacrifice
People gathered from across Wishaw to mark 100 years since the end of the First World War.
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Memorial error to be put right

A spelling mistake in the name of a fallen First World War hero has stood uncorrected on a town cenotaph for almost 100 years – to the frustration of his family.
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Two new memorial gates for war heroes

TWO new memorial gates have been unveiled in Eardisland to commemorate two young men from the parish who gave their lives in the First World War.
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Here's where you can go in Sussex to learn more about the First World War

THE Chattri, Brighton’s memorial and war grave for those Indian soldiers who died in Brighton from injuries suffered in the trenches, is a very special Brighton landmark.
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The city falls silent as it remembers those that fought for our freedom in the Great War

The city fell silent as it remembered the people that lost their lives in the Great war. Particularly significant, as it is 100 years since the end of the First world War in 1918. Steve Hopper..
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War heroes from Coatbridge parish honoured in new book

war heroes from coatbridge parish honoured in new book
Historian Robert Corrins has researched the stories of 200 men from St Patrick's Church who made the ultimate sacrifice in the First World War.
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Stephen Colbert 'reveals' what world leaders were really thinking when they saw Trump in Paris

Trump was widely criticised after he cancelled a visit to a First World War cemetery because of 'poor weather'
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Indigenous soldiers out of the shadows

William Joseph Punch's story is no different from the individual tragedies of the 210,000 Australians killed or wounded in the First World War – but for one key aspect.
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The Greater Game is the true tale of one football team who went to fight in World War One

the greater game is the true tale of one football team who went to fight in world war one
As football grounds up and down the country stand in silence to mark the centenary of Armistice Day, a play tells the remarkable tale of one club's contribution to the First World War.
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Huge turnout as Sevenoaks remembers the fallen - 100 years after the end of the First World War

huge turnout as sevenoaks remembers the fallen - 100 years after the end of the first world war
They came from across the district - old and young - to pay tribute to the generation that is no more - to remember the men of the First World War and soldiers who have fought since.
Credit: Sevenoaks Chronicle - Published Also reported by •Folkestone HeraldKent and Sussex CourierDover ExpressThanet GazetteCanterbury Times

Reading FC youngsters plant trees at Bearwood for fallen First World War Royals heroes

reading fc youngsters plant trees at bearwood for fallen first world war royals heroes
Members of the U12 side planted 15 trees on Saturday morning
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French army mocks Trump for skipping visit to First World War cemetery in Paris due to rain

'There's rain but it's not serious,' army tweets alongside photo of soldier crawling on ground
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Graffiti found near Cenotaph on Remembrance Sunday

graffiti found near cenotaph on remembrance sunday
This year's parade marked 100 years since the end of the First World War
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Danny Boyle and the public response to First World War armistice centenary

danny boyle and the public response to first world war armistice centenary
A small village made the biggest impact as did the Pages of the Sea
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