Is it any wonder Marin Le Pen's Front National Party is a) leading in the polls, and b) pushing for an EU in/out referendum? Whatever it is that France (and/or Europe) is doing, is not working. Despite all the promises, French unemployment has risen practically non-stop for 4 years and just hit a new all-time record... Show More Summary
Marine le Pen, the leader of the popular French far right National Front party, has often seemed at loggerheads with Islam. Just after the devastating attacks in Paris this year, for example, she tweeted: "It is the Islamists who have declared war on France."Read full article >>
On Tuesday, Reuters, citing French media, reported that Le Pen had come to Moscow to discuss a 9-million-euro [$9.8 million] loan.
Leader of the French National Front party Marine Le Pen has criticized Paris for failing to fulfil its contractual obligations and deliver Mistral helicopter carriers worth 1.3 billion dollars to Russia.
French National Front party leader Marine Le Pen met in Moscow with State Duma Speaker Sergei Naryshkin.
Marine Le Pen was seen entering the building of the Russian Parliament as she arrived for meetings in Moscow.
Chief economist of the European Parliament from Marine Le Pen's National Front said that EU unemployment rates are projected to climb to new highs in the coming years as euro and Eurozone’s free-exchange policy continue to kill off its competitiveness.
One of Marine Le Pen’s most trusted advisors has appeared at an event celebrating the establishment of Donetsk as an “independent” pro-Russian enclave in Ukraine.
Former leader of France's far-right National Front party Jean-Marie Le Pen said on Monday he wants to create his own political "formation," a week after being suspended from the party he founded and led for nearly 40 years.
PARIS (Reuters) - France's far-right National Front founder Jean-Marie Le Pen, whose party membership has been suspended by his own daughter, said on Monday he plans to set up his own political group.
PARIS — Most Parisians seem to have overlooked the radical, anti-fascist, irony-soaked, “top-down” demonstration by the international women’s movement Femen that took place on May 1.
France's right-wing Front National Party - already reeling from the rift in the Le Pen family - is now facing charges of electoral fraud in the latest in a stream of problems it has faced since its foundation.
PARIS (Reuters) - By pushing her maverick father out of the far-right party he founded four decades ago, French National Front leader Marine Le Pen is banking on an act of political patricide to ensure he does not end up ruining her bid for power.
The elder Le Pen was suspended from the National Front party on Monday over his latest incendiary remarks to the press, and the ongoing rift with his daughter and the current party leader Marine Le Pen.
Jean-Marie Le Pen, founder of the National Front, France's leading far-right party, is not known for compromise. Indeed, his reputation for flinty stubbornness even earned him the nickname the "Menhir," after the ancient Celtic stones dotting the forests of his native Brittany. But after decades of political demagoguery, Le Pen, 86, has found someone seemingly unmoved by […]
The war of words between Marine Le Pen, leader of the French far-right political group Front National (FN), and her father, has soured even further after Jean-Marie Le Pen publicly disowned his daughter and told her to change her name following his suspension from the party.
PARIS (AP) — The founder of France's far-right National Front, Jean-Marie Le Pen, has decried the decision to suspend his membership in the party and the attempts to take away his title of honorary president for life. Twelve hours after...Show More Summary
PARIS (Reuters) - National Front founder Jean-Marie Le Pen hit back at daughter and party leader Marine on Tuesday after she suspended him from the far-right French movement, saying he hopes she loses the 2017 presidential election.
France’s far-right party Front National suspended its co-founder and historical leader Jean-Marie Le Pen over revisionist statements as its current leader, daughter Marine Le Pen, clears the battleship for a serious bid for the French national presidency in 2017. Show More Summary