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By Reuters
14 July 2017   |   12:03 pm
A Facebook Live video, posted on the French President's Facebook page, recorded the remarks at the Hotel des Invalides before the two men walked through the ornate crypt of the 17th-century military complex where Napoleon is buried.

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