Macron’s condemnation of 1961 massacre in Paris ‘not enough’, historians say • FRANCE 24

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Historians and activists in France have expressed disappointment that President Emmanuel Macron did not go further in his condemnation of the deadly crackdown in 1961 by Paris police on protest by Algerians, the scale of which was covered up for decades.

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