EFELos Angeles, US

The United States on Tuesday marked the 80th anniversary of Japan's attack on the US Naval base in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, which left more than 2,400 dead and led to the US’ entry into World War II.

Several tributes were paid throughout the day, including a commemorative ceremony to remember the 58 soldiers who died aboard the battleship USS Utah, the first ship to be struck in the attack launched by Japan on Dec. 7, 1941.

US President Joe Biden paid a visit to the World War II Memorial in Washington, DC, accompanied by first lady Jill Biden.