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Macron says Putin made 'huge mistake' in ditching grain deal


French President Emmanuel Macron says Russian President Vladimir Putin made a terrible mistake in pulling out of the deal to protect Black Sea grain exports. "He decided to weaponize food, and I think this is a huge mistake," Macron says. SOUNDBITE

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