As veterans gather in Normandy, the end is near for what Americans call 'the greatest generation'.
The question arises during week when several high-profile, private opinions go public.
Houses in Obrenovac collapsed under the force of water after Kolubara River burst its banks.
With four months to go before the Scottish referendum, almost everyone is talking about it.
People in Ukraine's east are trying to live their lives surrounded by barricades and checkpoints.
Fears of Kremlin's next ploy after Crimea annexation prompt risks of antagonising pro-Russian ethnic Armenians.
Is plan to demolish tower blocks during Commonwealth Games opening ceremony a stroke of genius or a crass stunt?
Across western Europe, hardline right-wing parties appear to support Russia's annexation of Ukrainian region.
Turks take to social media following local elections where opposition accuse the government of election fraud.
Origins of old Cold War found in Crimean resort, as Black Sea peninsula provides potential birthplace for new one.
Killing of dozens of protesters on Thursday has led to unstoppable erosion of President Yanukovich's power.