There were more than 16 million deaths in WWI and dying with many of the wounded were their stories, leading to many forgotten lives.
Over the next week we go on a journey of discovery with our presenters as they piece together the jigsaw puzzle of their families WWI pasts. Who will discover their Great Uncle was decorated and whose Great Uncle went down with the ship? Today we take a look at Susanna Reid's past...
Vigils were held across the Netherlands in memory of the those killed on Malaysia flight MH17, as some of the victims were returned home.
Crowds lined the streets and let off balloons in memory of the 298 people who were killed when the plane was allegedly shot down last week.
The Commonwealth Games have kicked off with a spectacular opening ceremony at Glasgow's Celtic Park.
Scottie dogs, kilts and native Glaswegian John Barrowman all took centre stage for the show which officially kicks off the 20th Commonwealth Games.
A gay kiss between openly gay entertainer John Barrowman and a kilted "bride" at a fake Gretna Green was praised extensively on twitter .
A High Court bid to try to end the misery for people living next to a giant mountain of builders' waste has ended in failure.
The growing mound of rubbish weighing 18,000 tonnes, towers 40 feet above homes at St Paul's Cray in Kent.
The operators of the site, Waste4Fuel Ltd have defied deadlines and court injunctions ordering them to separate the waste and move it.
Over 600 Palestinians have died in the latest spate of violence which began after the kidnap and murder of three Israeli teens, it has emerged.
Twenty-nine Israelis, 27 of them soldiers, have also died.
US Secretary of State John Kerry reiterated calls for a ceasefire after he arrived in the region.
It's meant to be the bride and groom whose dance moves you remember after a wedding... but at one reception in Peru, it was an elderly guest who stole the show.
He dropped his sticks and started shaking his hips as the wedding DJ played Rock Around the Clock!
A winning racehorse owned by the Queen and trained by Sir Michael Stoute, has tested positive for a banned substance, Buckingham Palace announced.
Ascot Gold Cup winner Estimate tested positive for morphine, which may have resulted from the consumption of a contaminated feed product, the palace said.