(Reuters)
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France's Macron urges Europe to be more ambitious
In Aachen, Germany May 10, French President Emmanuel Macron called for ambitious and youthful projects in Europe. Macron was there receiving the Charlemagne Prize for offering a "vision of a new Europe.”
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