After decades of anguish for thousands of South Korean women forced into military brothels during the Second World War, Japan has agreed to formally apologise and pay £8m towards their psychological care. David McNeill reports
Geologists scotch claim that train was hidden underground by the Germans as Soviet forces approached in 1945
The US is using DNA to identify sailors who died in the attack on Pearl Harbour
Staff were evacuated from the area as a precaution while experts attempted to identify it
Explosives officers are on the scene and a safety cordon has been put in place
Stored for 76 years in a government building in Lancashire, the files include metadata covering 41 million people
The previously secret guide might make you wonder whether your annoying colleagues are actually spies
What if the Allies had lost? With two new series looming, ‘counterfactualism’ is a rich seam for TV drama. But is it about the zeitgeist or the uniforms?
Mons is embracing the future as it prepares for its role as next year’s European Capital of Culture, but it’s also steeped in intriguing history. Philip Sweeney explores its two sides
Cathy Packe explores the urban canvases, both old and new, of charming Charleroi, Belgium’s very own ‘mini-Berlin’
Resilient in the face of what the past has put its way, Tournai remains a visual feast. By Philip Sweeney
The city’s easy-going pace and experimental cuisine make it a delectable choice, Mary Pembleton discovers
Billionaire venture capitalist admits Kristallnacht was a "terrible word" to use but defends war on the rich remarks
Seven extremely rare photographs of Churchill have been restored and rescued from a barn in Cirencester
Wear, What, Why, When?
Freedom Party event welcomed Marine le Pen and 'extremists'