World War II veteran to reunite with his love this Valentine’s Day after 7 decades-Watch

World War II veteran to reunite with his love this Valentine’s Day after 7 decades-Watch

Following a seperation of almost seventy years, the World War II veteran Norwood Thomas will be celebrating this Valentine’s Day with his pre-World War II girl friend Joyce Morris, 88.

Japan`s Akihito to visit Philippine WWII cemetery

Japan`s Akihito to visit Philippine WWII cemetery

Japan`s Emperor Akihito will on Wednesday visit a cemetery for tens of thousands of Filipino World War II dead, as he uses a historic visit to the Philippines to promote his pacifist agenda.

American tourist gang-raped on PNG jungle trek: Report

An American woman hiking in Papua New Guinea with her London-based boyfriend was gang-raped and three of her fingers slashed in a brutal attack along a famous World War II trail, a report said Wednesday.

South Korean president defends landmark deal with Japan

South Korean president defends landmark deal with Japan

South Korea, Japan described the settlement as "final and irreversible".

North Korea defiance challenges moral authority of nuclear club

When North Korea claimed triumphantly that it had tested its first hydrogen bomb this week, it was roundly and predictably condemned by the United States, China, Russia, Britain, France and India, countries estimated to possess a combined total of more than 15,000 nuclear warheads.

Angst as first 'Mein Kampf' reprints hit German bookstores

Angst as first 'Mein Kampf' reprints hit German bookstores

New copies of Hitler's "Mein Kampf" will hit bookstores in Germany today for the first time since World War II.

Christopher Nolans' next on World War II?

Christopher Nolans' next on World War II?

Ace director Christopher Nolan next project will reportedly be about the Second World War.

Who are 'comfort women', why were they forced into into sexual slavery?

Who are 'comfort women', why were they forced into into sexual slavery?

Comfort women were women and girls who were forced into sexual slavery by Japanese Army during and after the second World War.  

Japan arrests South Korean man over war shrine explosion: Reports

Japanese police on Wednesday arrested a South Korean in connection with a small explosion that struck the controversial Yasukuni war shrine in Tokyo last month, according to reports.

Public support for Japan`s Abe rebounds after security law

Public support for Japan`s Abe rebounds after security law

The legislation was met with strong public resistance and pounded the popularity of the conservative Abe.

UN says refusing refugees after Paris attacks not 'way to go'

UN have hit back at calls to turn back refugees from Syria.

Eiffel Tower goes dark as France mourns over 120 dead

Eiffel Tower goes dark as France mourns over 120 dead

President Francois Hollande vowed that France would wage "merciless" war on the Islamic State group.

Terror attacks: Sushma Swaraj says all Indians safe in Paris

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Saturday confirmed that all Indians living in Paris are safe after Friday night's horrific terror strikes.

China turns over remains of US World War II fliers

China has handed over the remains of what are believed to be three American fliers killed in a plane crash in Tibet during World War II, state media reported today.

Angela Merkel declares asylum rules 'obsolete' as migrant talks opens

Angela Merkel declares asylum rules 'obsolete' as migrant talks opens

The meeting in Luxembourg will bring together EU diplomacy chiefs.

Hungary warns of instability from Europe's migrant crisis

 Hungary has warned that Europe's migrant crisis was threatening the continent's stability, at a UN meeting called to agree on a global response to the largest refugee exodus since World War II.

Bengal govt declassifies cabinet papers on Netaji Subhas Bose, allied issues from 1938 to 1947

Bengal govt declassifies cabinet papers on Netaji Subhas Bose, allied issues from 1938 to 1947

The West Bengal government on Monday declassified cabinet papers on great freedom fighter Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose and allied issues from 1938 to 1947.

Poland `co-responsible` for WWII, says Russian ambassador

The Russian ambassador to Poland has alleged that Warsaw was partly to blame for World War II, prompting a storm of protest in the country which claims to be its greatest victim. 

Poles furious after Russia blames them for starting WWII

The Russian ambassador to Poland has sparked outrage for putting some of the blame for World War II on Poland, creating a new spat amid deepening tensions between the Slavic nations.

EU forces through migrant deal over eastern opposition

EU forces through migrant deal over eastern opposition

EU ministers pushed through a deal to relocate 120,000 refugees on Tuesday, but rode roughshod over fierce opposition from central and eastern states in a major blow to unity in the bloc.