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France's Juppe seen winning first primary debate: poll

PARIS (Reuters) - Former Prime Minister Alain Juppe was seen as the winner of the first debate on Thursday among candidates for the center-right's nomination in France's 2017 presidential election, a poll published immediately afterward showed.
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