The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall have attended a Armistice Day service in Australia at the start of a day of commemorations.
Charles and Camilla joined Australian officials at the ceremony in the capital, Canberra, honouring those who died in war.
A commemorative address was delivered by author and historian Jackie Higgins, the first time this had ever been carried out by an indigenous person.
More than 400,000 Australian men enlisted during the First World War, of which over 60,000 were killed and more than 150,000 wounded, gassed or taken prisoner.
The royals are due to meet Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull later, as they continue their tour of the country.
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Six war memorials across England are being given upgraded listing statuses to coincide with this year's Armistice day celebrations.
Four memorials have been given the highest possible Grade 1 listing, while two more have been upgraded to Grade 2*.
The memorials which have been chosen for upgraded listing status are the Guards Memorial, Horse Guards Parade, Westminster, the Birmingham Hall of Memory, The Response War Memorial in Newcastle, the Port Sunlight War Memorial in Wirral, the Lewes War Memorial, East Sussex, and The War Memorial in Norwich.
Prince Harry read a verse from the bible during a surprise visit to Afghanistan where attended a service of Remembrance alongside his former unit.
This is my commandment that you love one another as I have loved you. No-one has greater love than this, to lay down one's life for one's friends
Prince Harry has returned to Afghanistan to attend a service of Remembrance alongside his former unit. It was just one of many hundreds of events held around the world, as well as across the UK.
The nation paused earlier today to pay tribute to the hundreds of thousands of servicemen and women killed in conflict.
Remembrance services were held across the country, with the Queen leading the main commemorations at the Cenotaph. This year the ceremonies also mark 100 years since the beginning of the First World War, as Rebecca Barry reports.
Prince Harry stood alongside troops for a Remembrance service in Afghanistan leading tributes on behalf of Her Majesty The Queen.
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Prince Harry led tributes on behalf of the Queen at a remembrance service in Afghanistan today, the Ministry of Defence said.
The Prince flew into Kandahar where he joined remaining British troops for a service at the base, which included a silent vigil to the more than 450 British servicemen to have been killed fighting the Taliban.
He laid a personal wreath and gave a reading before lining up with fellow servicemen and women for The Last Post and Reveille played by musicians from the Royal Artillery Band.
During his brief visit, the prince also met with British servicemen and women from 31 squadron of Norfolk-based RAF Marham.