40 years on, France remembers Charles De Gaulle
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The "voice of resistance" during the Second World War, he's also credited with changing the face of French politics. The country commemorates the 40th anniversary of Charles De Gaulle's passing. A satirical weekly accuses President Sarkozy of spying on journalists investigating too close to his Elysee home. And France's most prestigious literary award goes to a flamboyant and controversial author - Michel Houellebecq, who in his winning novel describes his own, grizzly death!