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Opposition stands up for Macron after he was slapped in face

Opposition stands up for Macron after he was slapped in face

French President Emmanuel Macron was slapped in the face by a man on Tuesday during a visit to a small town in southeastern France, an incident that prompted a wide show of support for French politicians from all sides. The French …

Brexit marks beginning of EU collapse, Marine Le Pen says

Brexit marks beginning of EU collapse, Marine Le Pen says

Great Britain’s withdrawal from the EU marks the beginning of the formation of independent European states, the leader of the French National Rally Marine Le Pen said. “Brexit marks the beginning of the creation of the …

Marine Le Pen plans to visit Crimea in April

Marine Le Pen plans to visit Crimea in April

Leader of France’s far-right party 'National Rally' Marine Le Pen plans to attend the Yalta International Economic Forum due to be held in April 2019, Co-Chairman of the YIEF Organizing Committee Andrei …

Marin Le Pen proposes new Yalta Conference

Marin Le Pen proposes new Yalta Conference

Head of the National Front party, Marin Le Pen, said today that it's necessary to hold new Yalta Conference with the participation of Russia, the United States, Great Britain, as well as France and Germany, stressing that …

Macron wins France’s presidential elections

Macron wins France’s presidential elections

Leader of the En Marche! movement Emmanuel Macron won the second tour of presidential elections in France with 66.06% of the vote, France interior ministry said on Monday after 100% of ballots were counted. …

Polls open for second round of French presidential election

Polls open for second round of French presidential election

Polls opened for the final round of French presidential election. Almost 70,000 polling stations are working today in Metropolitan France. Museums offer free entrance to visitors with a stamped voter's card and taxi …

France votes in presidential election

France votes in presidential election

French citizens are voting for their next President on Sunday following a volatile campaign period that was overshadowed by a terror attack on police in Paris last week. With 11 names on the ballot, no one candidate is expected to win an outright …