Macron commemorates first Armistice as president


Head of state began commemoration by visit to Georges-Clemenceau Museum, in flat in district where the man known as 'Father Victory' lived.

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Emmanuel Macron presided over his first 11 November ceremonies, 99 years after the Armistice, which ended the First World War. The commemorations included a visit to the Georges-Clemenceau Museum in Paris, reports RFI.