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Prime Minister Stephen Harper paid tribute Saturday to the Canadian soldiers who 65 years ago charged into the teeth of withering German fire on Juno Beach. Harper later joined U.S. President Barack Obama, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, French President Nicolas Sarkozy and Prince Charles for a ceremony at the American war cemetery where over 14,000 allied soldiers are buried.

Prime Minister Stephen Harper paid tribute Saturday to the Canadian soldiers who 65 years ago charged into the teeth of withering German fire on Juno Beach. Harper later joined U.S. President Barack Obama, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, French President Nicolas Sarkozy and Prince Charles for a ceremony at the American war cemetery where over 14,000 allied soldiers are buried.

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