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Egypt abuses put French military deals in spotlight as Macron heads to Cairo

France 24 Friday, 18 January 2019
As Emmanuel Macron heads to Egypt, activists are calling on the French president to address abuses at an Egyptian shipyard building battleships in partnership with a French company. But with multi-billion euro military deals at stake, will he comply?

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