France's Hollande booed at tribute to fallen WWI soldiers


After what are thought to have been the first such Armistice Day protests against a French president, police arrested 70 people demonstrators.

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French police arrested about 70 people at an Armistice Day memorial ceremony on Monday after protesters who the government said were linked to the far right booed President Francois Hollande, reports Reuters.