François Debré

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François Debré (3 April 1942 – 14 September 2020) was a French screenwriter and journalist. He was a member of the Société des gens de lettres. He was born in Toulouse, France. He was the son of Prime Minister Michel Debré.

He joined the magazine Afrique contemporaine in 1966 before becoming a freelance journalist in 1968. He worked in Biafra for Le Monde, and in Cambodia and Vietnam for L'Obs and Le Point.

Debré died on 14 September 2020 in Montlouis-sur-Loire, France at the age of 78.[1] His brother, Bernard Debré died the day before.

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  1. "François Debré est mort". Le Figaro (in French). 14 September 2020.