'Suddenly as a player, you cared about what you were doing, you cared about not running and gunning in this fast and unrealistic way,' says Tolga Kart, senior development director for 'Call of Duty: WWII'
Dubbed the Freedom Trail, the event features a 160-kilometer ultramarathon, a motorcycle and road bike ride, and a reenactment of the harrowing events leading up to the Bataan Death March
'Cadet, Soldier, Guerrilla Fighter' will be presented at Ayala Museum's First World War II Film Festival on Saturday, March 4
(UPDATED) Building workers and 67 residents of a university hall are moved after the 500-pound (227 kg) US-made bomb is unearthed on Pok Fu Lam Road
No secondary school curriculum framework in the other 49 states covers the subject, which is of personal interest to descendants of Filipino WWII veterans in the United States
Two men who suffered horrific injuries in the world's first nuclear strike seven decades ago come face-to-face with the present-day commander-in-chief of the country that launched the attack. And one of them gets a hug.
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Crowds gather to remember the more than 70,000 people who died in the initial blast or from after-effects in the months and years following the bombing
The issue will be discussed by the two governments in "intensive discussions" to improve conditions surrounding relations, the Japanese foreign ministry said in a statement
The Bataan Death March, commemorated every April 9, is not unique to Philippine history. Here are a few other similar tragedies in world history.
President Aquino suggests the Philippines has moved on from its historic conflict with Japan but 'comfort women' say they have not
This documentary sheds much light on the hardly overnight Fall of Bataan