France remembers Paris mass round-up of Jews, 80 years on

French president Emmanuel Macron  vowed to stamp out Holocaust denial as he paid homage to thousands of French Jewish children sent to death camps 80 years ago.

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French president Emmanuel Macron decried his Nazi-collaborator predecessors and rising antisemitism, vigorously vowing to stamp out Holocaust denial as he paid homage Sunday to thousands of French children sent to death camps 80 years ago for one reason alone: because they were Jewish, reports The Washington Post.