French Foreign Minister Jean Marc Ayrault, right, shakes hands with Britain Foreign Minister Boris Johnson prior to their meeting at the ministry of foreign affairs in Paris, France, Thursday, July 28, 2016. (Jeremy Lempin/Pool Photo via AP)
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