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By Sylvie Corbet, Barbara Surk, Associated Press
France's President Emmanuel Macron has promised to unite his divided country after winning reelection for a second five-year term. Macron defeated the extreme right-wing candidate Marine Le Pen by a substantial margin even as she still managed to secure almost…
By Malcolm Brabant, Simon Ford-Coron
French President Emmanuel Macron won a second term Sunday, over far-right challenger Marine Le Pen. This is the second time Macron and Le Pen have faced off in the French presidential elections, but the margin is projected to be much…
By Malcolm Brabant, Ali Rogin, Claire Mufson
Macron would be the first French president in 20 years to win a second term, since Jacques Chirac in 2002. But he would face a divided nation and a battle to keep his parliamentary majority in legislative elections in June.
By John Leicester, Associated Press
The centrist Macron is asking voters to trust him for a second five-year term despite a presidency that was troubled by protests, the pandemic and Russia's war on Ukraine. A Macron victory in this vote would make him the first…
By Thomas Adamson, Patrick Hermansen, Associated Press
By Malcolm Brabant, Dan Sagalyn, Lizz Bolaji
French voters go to the polls Sunday for a second and final vote between incumbent President Emmanuel Macron and far right challenger Marine Le Pen. Le Pen, who has run a Trump-style campaign targeting immigration has been labeled by Macron…
By Associated Press
The finalists for France's presidency, President Emmanuel Macron and far-right leader Marine Le Pen, traded blows on the last day of legal campaigning as they tried to appeal to undecided voters.
By Angela Charlton, Associated Press
Paris prosecutors are studying a report by the EU fraud agency accusing French far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen of misusing public funds while serving in the European Parliament.
Voters in the multicultural southern French Mediterranean city — one which has often been associated with racism and gang violence -- favored hard-left candidate Jean-Luc Melenchon against the centrist Macron in the April 10 first round of voting that knocked…
French far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen is alarming both Muslims and Jews in France with a pledge to regulate the ritual slaughter of animals if she is elected.
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