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France’s Macron to give interview during scaled-down Bastille Day amid Covid-19 pandemic

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France celebrates Bastille Day in a scaled-down version with no parade in the Champs Élysées, but rather with a ceremony in Place de la Concorde, focusing on workers who fought the coronavirus pandemic in the front line. French president Emmanuel Macron is to give a special interview today and “he should give a lot of answers”, as FRANCE 24’s Douglas Herbert says.

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