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In a bid to detoxify the far right, Marine Le Pen wants to appeal to French Jews - The Conversation UK

When Benoît Loeuillet, head of France's right-wing Front National (FN) in Nice, was caught on camera denying the Holocaust in a documentary aired in mid-March, he was quickly suspended from the party. It was bad timing for the FN's leader, Marine Le ...and more »

These Are the Elections That Will Decide Europe's Fate - Foreign Policy In Focus

Going in to the recent elections in the Netherlands, the mainstream story seemed lifted from William Butler Yeats poem, The Second Coming: “Things fall apart; the center cannot hold — The best lack all conviction, while the worst are full of ...and more »

Macron and Le Pen clash in presidential debate -

The top candidates in France's presidential election have clashed in a televised debate, with centrist Emmanuel Macron accusing far-right leader Marine Le Pen of lying and seeking to divide the French. The election is shaping up as the most ...and more »

What a Le Pen Win Would Look Like - New York Times

LONDON — It is entirely plausible that the next president of France will be Marine Le Pen. After the Brexit vote in Britain and the election of Donald Trump in the United States, Ms. Le Pen, the leader of one of the oldest far-right parties in Europe ...and more »

French rightist Jean-Marie Le Pen declares victory -

French far-right Front National founder Jean-Marie Le Pen arrives for a trial at the courthouse in Nanterre, near Paris in 2016. Jean-Marine Le Pen is a convicted Holocaust denier but also the patriarch of the party that could soon triumph in France's ...and more »

Meet Emmanuel Macron, the 39-year-old former investment banker tipped to beat Marine Le Pen in the French election - Business Insider

Emmanuel Macron is currently the favourite to win the 2017 French election. At 39 years old, he is the youngest candidate in the race — and the only one with no experience in running a campaign. He served under President François Hollande as Minister ...and more »

Emmanuel Macron seen as winning first televised presidential debate - Business Insider UK

French candidate Emmanuel Macron was seen as the most convincing among the top five candidates after the first televised debate of the presidential race. Several snap polls showed Macron emerging as the "winner" of the debate during which he clashed ...and more »

5 takeaways from the French presidential debate -

PARIS — The top five contenders for the French presidency faced off Monday night in a live TV debate that was lengthy, heavy on policy and devoid of any knockout blows. The spotlight was trained on former Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron, a centrist, ...and more »

French Presidential Frontrunners Macron and Le Pen Clash in a Heated Debate - TIME

In a three-and-a-half-hour debate that stretched well past midnight, France's five major presidential candidates sparred testily on live television Monday, several times lashing out at each other on sharply divisive issues like immigration, extremism ...and more »

Marine Le Pen, no longer enemy of the euro -

PARIS — For years, far-right leader Marine Le Pen blasted the euro as an enemy of the French people — an overvalued currency that she accused of impoverishing millions via price increases that were not offset by inflation. Times have changed. Six ...and more »