PARIS (AP) - Ambassadors, Romanian army officers and others laid wreaths at a war memorial as Romania marked the end of World War I a century ago.
Nearly 700,000 Romanians died of wounds, disease and famine during the war.
Dozens of British, American and Romanians attended a service Sunday, led by British military priest Rev. Martin Sheldon of the Royal Air Force. The 45-minute ceremony began in mist and ended in bright sunshine at the Commonwealth War Cemetery about 30 kilometers (20 miles) north of Bucharest.
A total of 90 pilots and sailors who died mainly in World War II, and a few in World War I are buried there, mostly British, South African and Canadian servicemen.
Romania entered the war on the side of the Allies in 1916 but then capitulated to the Central powers.
It re-entered the war in 1918, and doubled its territory after the war ended.