In this June 28, 1919, file photo representatives of the Allied Powers and of Germany at Palace gather during the signing of the treaty marking the close of World War I by of Versailles in Paris, France. (AP Photo, File)
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French President Emmanuel Macron Sunday kicks off a week of commemorations for the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One, which is set to mix remembrance of the past and warnings about the present surge in nationalism around the globe.Some 70-80 world leaders including U.S. President Donald Trump and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin are preparing to fly to the French capital next weekend for a ceremony marking a century since the guns fell silent.After next Sunday's ceremony, world leaders are set to attend a three-day peace forum opened by Merkel, an event which France wants to turn into an annual multilateral peace conference.
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