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Macron backs heritage bid of remote Polynesian islands

A musician performs as traditional dancers take part in a performance for French President Emmanuel Macron (off-frame) at a stadium during his visit to Atuona on Hiva Oa, the second largest island of French Polynesia's Marquesas Islands, July 25, 2021. (Ludovic Marin / AFP)

 

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