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Emmanuel Macron's First Act as France's President-Elect

The independent centrist joined his predecessor to honor the anniversary of Nazi Germany’s defeat during World War II.
Source: Francois Mori / Reuters

French President-elect Emmanuel Macron joined outgoing President François Hollande Monday in Paris to honor the 72nd anniversary of the defeat of Nazi Germany at the end of World War II, just a

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