Russia marks anniversary of wartime parade on Red Square | AFP

Russia holds a historical reenactment on Moscow’s Red Square to mark the 78th anniversary of the historic 1941 parade, when Red Army soldiers marched past the Kremlin walls towards the front line to fight Nazi Germany troops during World War Two. IMAGES

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Ukrainian President Zelensky arrives in Poland for official visit | AFP

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is welcomed by Polish President Andrzej Duda during his official visit of Poland, to mark 80 years since the outbreak of World War Two. IMAGES

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Fly-past ends UK’s D-Day 75th anniversary commemoration | AFP

A sail-past and fly-past mark the end of the UK’s official event to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day, the operation that saw the World War Two allies launch an amphibious assault on Hitler’s ‘fortress Europe’. IMAGES

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Thousands march in Moscow to mark World War II Victory Day

Thousands carry portraits of World War Two soldiers as they take part in the ‘Immortal Regiment’ march in Moscow: Russia was marking on Thursday the 74nd anniversary of the Soviet Union’s victory over Nazi Germany.

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(18 Dec 2018) U.S. Supreme Court upholds the relocation and detention of Japanese-Americans during World War Two; U.S. begins 12 days of heavy bombing of North Vietnamese targets; Steven Spielberg is born; Tchaikovsky’s ‘The Nutcracker’ – publicly premieres in Saint Petersburg, Russia. (Dec. 18)

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(8 Dec 2018) America enters World War Two; Former Beatle John Lennon is shot to death in New York. (Dec. 8)

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‘I have to explain Soviet soldiers weren’t bad guys’: Man who proposed at Immortal Regiment march

Thousands in New York have taken part in a so-called ‘Immortal Regiment’ march – commemorating those who perished in World War Two. But for two of the participants, it was a special occasion that looked to the future as well.

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‘Deeply Disturbed’: Kerry accuses Russia of war crimes while Syrian rebels shell civilians daily

US Secretary of State John Kerry has described the situation in Aleppo as “the worst humanitarian disaster since World War Two.” He added that Russia could stop the fighting, but doesn’t – and accused Moscow of committing “crimes against humanity” on a daily basis.

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Leave EU supporters launch latest ad in controversial campaign

As the debate surrounding Thursday’s EU referendum reaches boiling point within the UK, and opinion polls indicate a dead heat between ‘Remain’ and ‘Leave,’ campaigners are on their final push to sway voters.

Immigration and controlled borders have been the main focus of right-wing UK Independence Party (UKIP), who have been campaigning for Britain to leave the EU. Last week, the party released a controversial poster depicting refugees crossing into Europe, which was likened to propaganda used by Nazis during World War Two.

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VICE News Daily: Brazilians Call For President Rousseff’s Resignation

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Iraq’s former prime minister is indicted, India’s disputed Kashmir border heats up, South Korea marks 70 years since the end of World War Two, and Brazil’s president refuses to resign.

IRAQ
Parliament Indicts Top Officials For Fall of Mosul
Nouri al-Maliki was indicted for his role in the Islamic State’s capture of the country’s second largest city.

INDIA
Renewed Fighting Along Disputed Kashmir Border
Shelling in the highly militarized region has lasted for more than a week.

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Mass Anti-War Rally Held in Seoul
Some protesters also marked the end of Japan’s rule over Korea by burning effigies of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

BRAZIL
Protesters Rally Nationwide Against Government
Thousands marched along Copacabana beach calling for the resignation of President Dilma Rousseff.

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