The attack on a non-Muslim cemetery in the Saudi Red Sea city of Jeddah wounded several people commemorating World War I.
Sam Mendes’s 1917 is nothing short of astonishing. Designed as two extraordinarily long, unbroken shots, the film is a stunning feat of cinematography.
A century since the Treaty of Versailles, Europe is steadily returning to the role of global powder keg.
Millions in Middle East suffered in WWI, but region largely shrugs off centenary. A look at what happened in 1918 and after.