A woman who survived the Auschwitz concentration camp as a child showed a doctor the tattoo of her serial number, as they discussed the risks of an operation.
The elderly plaintiffs who fell ill after exposure to radioactive rain will now be given the same medical benefits as other survivors of the atomic blast.
Colombian media reported that the weapon, a collector's item, was in good condition despite its age.
The Duke of Sussex spoke to relatives of veterans from the "incredibly uplifting" Guinea Pig Club ahead of VE Day last week in footage which has only just aired in Britain.
The latest Japanese aircraft carrier to be found was located in the Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument, roughly 1,300 miles northwest of Pearl Harbor.
Mayor Giuseppe Sala of Milan said he would ask the U.S. consul to formally apologize for a World War II bombing in his city that killed almost 200 schoolchildren.
More than 1,000 military personnel were killed during the 1942 Battle of the Java Sea.
Poland's prime minister has been accused of "an inability to understand history" by Israeli leader Netanyahu.
Regional stakes high given North Korea's threat to test an intercontinental ballistic missile.
Hollingworth's reporting of the outbreak of war was one of the greatest scoops of all time.
A Spanish double agent did everything he could to stop his wife from blowing his cover.
Obama is the first U.S. president to visit the city since its bombing in 1945.
Britain's longest reigning monarch turns 90 on Thursday.
Tokyo offers Seoul $8.3 million in compensation for the "comfort women" forced into sexual slavery.
In our May 14, 1945, issue, Newsweek wrote about the Nazi surrender to the Allies and the subsequent V-E Day celebrations.
"This was the generation that literally saved the world. That ended the war and laid a foundation for peace."
The Jewish Community of Thessaloniki wants to use the reparation money to build a memorial monument.