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PM Castex visits medicalised aircraft in French Guiana amid health crisis

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On his arrival in French Guiana, at the Matoury air base, French Prime Minister Jean Castex visits a medicalised A400M aircraft that is helping to fight the coronavirus epidemic, which is still very active in the French Overseas Territory. IMAGES

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