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WWI Centenary: Calls for education about UK's black soldiers

Sunday marks the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War. But as allied countries commemorate what they call the 'Great War', Assed Baig reports, many of the soldiers that fought for Britain have long been ignored. #WorldWarOne #WWI

UK Bullying Incident: Syrian boy says doesn't feel safe after attack

UK Bullying Incident: Syrian boy says doesn't feel safe after attack

How World War One caused fall of four empires

How World War One caused fall of four empires

US veterans confront Joe Biden over his record of supporting war

US veterans confront Joe Biden over his record of supporting war

Aid groups brace for Assad offensive in Idlib

Aid groups brace for Assad offensive in Idlib

Sanctions bear down on Russian pharma

Sanctions bear down on Russian pharma

UN rights chief Bachelet visits refugee camps in Bangladesh

UN rights chief Bachelet visits refugee camps in Bangladesh

Ukraine warns of catastrophe at Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant

Ukraine warns of catastrophe at Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant

Rhine running dry as drought parches Europe

Rhine running dry as drought parches Europe

China resumes drills as US delegation visits Taiwan

China resumes drills as US delegation visits Taiwan

Rising cost of living prompts Britons to give up cats and dogs

Rising cost of living prompts Britons to give up cats and dogs

Deputy President William Ruto wins Kenya's presidential election

Deputy President William Ruto wins Kenya's presidential election

South Korea celebrates National Liberation Day

South Korea celebrates National Liberation Day

Iran's carpet exports plummet

Iran's carpet exports plummet

Turkish delegation in US for F-16s

Turkish delegation in US for F-16s

Afghanistan still counting cost of 'disastrous' US retreat

Afghanistan still counting cost of 'disastrous' US retreat

UN-chartered Brave Commander first humanitarian ship from Ukraine

UN-chartered Brave Commander first humanitarian ship from Ukraine

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