Macron arrives to mark the bloody events etched in New Caledonian memories

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On Thursday May 3rd, President Emmanuel Macron touched down in New Caledonia for a three-day visit to this French overseas territory in the Pacific Ocean. The visit is seen an an important one for the future of New Caledonia and its Kanak people, coming six months before the referendum on full independence taking place on November 4th.