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TOPSHOT - French police walk in front of the new nuclear submarine called "Suffren" in the Naval Group shipyard in Cherbourg, north-western France on July 12, 2019, ahead of its unveiling ceremony. - The 99-metre-long black steel monster is named after Pierre-Andre Suffren, an admiral who distinguished himself against the English in the 18th century. The actual launch will only take place at the end of July, with a three-year delay, before dockside tests, then at sea, and its delivery to the French Navy in Toulon before summer 2020. (Photo by LUDOVIC MARIN / AFP) (Photo by LUDOVIC MARIN/AFP via Getty Images)
TOPSHOT - French police walk in front of the new nuclear submarine called "Suffren" in the Naval Group shipyard in Cherbourg, north-western France on July 12, 2019, ahead of its unveiling ceremony. - The 99-metre-long black steel monster is named after Pierre-Andre Suffren, an admiral who distinguished himself against the English in the 18th century. The actual launch will only take place at the end of July, with a three-year delay, before dockside tests, then at sea, and its delivery to the French Navy in Toulon before summer 2020. (Photo by LUDOVIC MARIN / AFP) (Photo by LUDOVIC MARIN/AFP via Getty Images)
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