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3:17 pm : To commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Evian Accords, which ended the war in Algeria, France Amfo met the famous photographer Raymond Depardon, who made the conflict immortal. In 1961, at the age of 19, he remembers the atmosphere of reigning on the other side of the Mediterranean. “Ohn told me, “Raymond, if you are arrested, you hide your movie.” (…) Sometimes violent. “He guarantees.

3:00 pm. : Emmanuel Macron proclaimed at a ceremony held in Elysee to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Evian Accords “Premise” An sometimes controversial commemorative gesture from the beginning of the five years of the Algerian War. “I think the day will come when Algeria will follow this path.”Added head of state.

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2:09 pm : It’s time to stock the news.

• A Russian strike in Mykolaiv, southern Ukraine, destroyed military barracks and threatened significant casualties. Dozens of people were killed. Follow our live.

•• “This day is neither the end of war nor the beginning of peace.”, Declares Macron on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the Evian Accords. Relive the speech of the President of the Republic.

• According to legislation published in the official journal, tank trucks supplying service stations and oil depots are allowed to circulate until April 10 on weekends.

• Fabien Galthié’s French XV is just 80 minutes from the Grand Slam of the Six Nations tournament, which has avoided it for 12 years, in contrast to England tonight (9 pm).

2:08 pm : The President of the Republic has finished his speech to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Evian Accords.

2:08 pm : “In the last few years I have held many hands. I will not let them go. I have a dream that they will hold each other. Despite the strength and silence of the country. That fraternity, impossible, unexpected. I am confident, there are inevitably moments of tension, and there are still feelings of injustice, but we get there. “

2:08 pm : “This day is such an important ceasefire day (…) By having this recognition and commemorative moment, I would like to bring together all these memories and advance this history and its transmission. It was our future. “

1:40 pm : “This path of cognition we are pursuing is now unstoppable, so it is a condition for all of us to remember nothing and not deny the irreducible nature of suffering, the pain of what we have experienced. But assuming they are all French, the Algerian War was, without mentioning it, a matrix of resentment.

2:07 pm : “Today is a stage and a very imperfect journey, but it’s a cognitive journey consisting of denial, ending silence (…) I can’t stand some of you in this room. I believe I had to do it every time I was able to do it, because every time the Republic had to reach out to him, break the silence, and recognize what was long-awaited. “

1:15 pm : “This date is neither the end of war nor the beginning of peace (…) but it cannot be denied, forgotten or confused.”

1:16 pm : “This day [du 19 mars] First and foremost, it’s a relief, but I also know that this date is not the end of violence.

2:06 pm : “Thank you for the courage and integrity of all four who gave us these testimonies.”Guarantee Emmanuel Macron at the beginning of his speech.

1:10 pm : Follow Emmanuel Macron’s speech live To commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Evian Accord.

1:06 pm : France commemorates the 60th anniversary of the Evian Accords and the ceasefire in Algeria. Since the law of December 6, 2012, March 19 has been “National Day of Memorial and Meditation in Memory of Civilian and Military Victims of the War in Algeria and the Battles of Tunisia and Morocco”.. However, as explained in this article, this date continues to be rejected between Harki and the returnees, and within the rights and part of the far right.

1:04 pm : Now it’s time for Franco-Algerian Laria Ducos, who experienced the war in Algeria, to express herself. “Witnesses disappeared over time. I thought it was important to participate with various actors. [au souvenir de cette guerre] And the diversity of our individual stories will enable a better understanding of the conflict that the younger generation has marked individuals as well as French and Algerian societies for 60 years. “She guarantees.

1: 3 pm : After the ministerial representative, Jean-Pierre Louvel, a former member of the conscription of the delegation and a member of Fnaca (Algeria’s Veterans Association), said his journey during and after this war in Algeria. Talk about. “Send a requirement memory request”He guarantees. “Today, March 19th is a day of memory and contemplation.”He adds.

12:43 pm : Prior to Emmanuel Macron’s speech to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Evian Accords, Genevieve Darieussec, head of the military minister in charge of memory and veterans issues, said: “March 19 is a symbol of life upside down by the Algerian War and, as a result, deep wounds and fractures between actors in the same drama.” Follow our live.

12:01 : It’s time to stock the news.

• The Russian Defense Ministry said the day before it used a “Kinjar” supersonic missile to destroy an underground weapons warehouse in western Ukraine. Follow our live.

• France will hold a ceremony in Elysee, where Emmanuel Macron once again begs for Emmanuel Macron to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Evian Accords and the ceasefire in Algeria. “appeasement” Memories on both banks of the Mediterranean. Follow our live.

• According to legislation published in the official journal, tank trucks supplying service stations and oil depots are allowed to circulate until April 10 on weekends.

• Fabien Galthié’s French XV is just 80 minutes from the Grand Slam of the Six Nations tournament, which has avoided it for 12 years, in contrast to England tonight (9 pm).