D-Day: Veterans and world leaders mark 75th anniversary
Hundreds of veterans gathered in France to honour the sacrifice of those who died in the D-Day landings, drawing to a close two days of commemorations.
World leaders attended ceremonies honouring Allied forces who fought in the largest combined land, air and naval operation in history, the BBC reported.
Wreaths were laid, a minute's silence was held and veterans linked arms and sang, before watching an RAF flypast.
Theresa May and Emmanuel Macron thanked veterans who took part in June 1944.
President Donald Trump called former US soldiers "the pride of the nation".