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France's far-right National Front has refused to let Jean-Marie Le Pen, the party's co-founder, attend a meeting, blocking him at the gate on his 89th birthday. Le Pen, whose daughter … Click to Continue »
Marine Le Pen should step down as leader of France’s far-right National Front (FN) after disappointing results in the presidential and parliamentary elections, her father who founded the anti-establishment party said on Tuesday.
The new president’s party won a majority of seats in the Parliament on Sunday, but his opponents Marine Le Pen and Jean-Luc Mélenchon are prepared for a pitched battle to win hearts and minds.
France 24 reports: France’s far-right leader Marine Le Pen won a seat in parliament for the first time on Sunday, but it was a bittersweet victory that masked an underwhelming election cycle for her National Front (FN) party. The feisty...Show More Summary
France's far-right leader Marine Le Pen won a seat in parliament for the first time on Sunday, but it was a bittersweet victory that masked an electoral debacle for her National Front (FN) part
After Marine Le Pen was crushed in the presidential election, her party is faring dismally in legislative elections and squabbling over strategy.
National Front (FN) leader Le Pen, who lost last month's French presidential election to Emmanuel Macron, is accused of defamation by Christian Estrosi, the mayor of the southern city of Nice.
Marine Le Pen was the candidate feared by so many, with much of France shuddering when voters thrust her into the final round of the presidential race. That was only … Click to Continue »
STRASBOURG (Reuters) - The European Parliament lifted Marine Le Pen's immunity from prosecution in a vote on Thursday that allows French prosecutors to continue a defamation action against the far-right National Front leader.
The European Parliament on Wednesday lifted the immunity of far-right National Front founder Jean-Marie Le Pen and of a fellow party member in response to a French racism investigation. Le Pen, an MEP and honorary president of the party...Show More Summary
The collapse of Marine Le Pen in France represents the second major defeat for a far-right party in Europe of 2017.
Marine Le Pen's far-right National Front suffered a severe setback on Sunday, as her success in reaching the French presidential runoff failed to translate into support in parliamentary polls. Le Pen won 10.7 million votes as she lost...Show More Summary
The Latest on the first round of France's parliamentary election (all times local): 8:40 p.m. French far-right leader Marine Le Pen is lamenting "catastrophic" low turnout in the first round … Click to Continue »
Bunched around a bar in the half-deserted centre of a former mining town, regulars drinking morning coffees and beers were full of contempt for Emmanuel Macron, France's centrist, pro-business president. "Macron wants you to think everyone's going to get rich," one said. Show More Summary
May Day! May Day! Trump backed Le Pen. She lost bigly. May reached out to Trump. She might lose her post. Reverse Midas! Seriously, it’s probably got very little to do with the US. But it seems like the Bannonite vision is being roundly rejected lately, and that’s a good thing, wherever it happens.
The French far-right leader could perform poorly in parliamentary elections.
French far-right leader Marine Le Pen had no plans to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin or his aides during Putin's visit to France, a top official of her National … Click to Continue »
The record shows only favorable words from Trump for centrist Emmanuel Macron's opponent, the defeated far-right candidate Marine Le Pen. In an April 21 interview with The Associated Press, Trump said he believed an attack that weekShow More Summary