Armistice Day: Macron and Merkel mark end of World War One

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Media playback is unsupported for your software Media captionAngela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron shared a young second in a rite on the web site the place the Armistice was once signed French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel have left their very own mark of reconciliation in the beginning of occasions...

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