French election results: Emmanuel Macron beats Marine Le Pen with 65 per cent of vote
Emmanuel Macron has beaten Marine Le Pen in Sunday's French election and taken more than 65 per cent of the vote, according to exit polls.
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Le Pen and Macron clash in crucial French election debate
The two contenders for the French presidency are trading insults in a head to head TV debate in a key moment of a long and bitter campaign. Centrist Emmanuel...
BREAKING - Le Pen, Macron Qualify For 2nd Round In French Presidential Election
The May 7th runoff election is set. Le Pen and Macron move on.
Marine Le Pen Takes Huge Lead Over Nicolas Sarkozy In French First Round Presidential Election Poll
Front National leader Marine Le Pen has taken a sizeable lead over Nicolas Sarkozy in a new French presidential election poll. The far-right leader had 29 per cent of the vote when pitted against Les ...
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French election results: Emmanuel Macron beats Marine Le Pen with 65 per cent of vote
Emmanuel Macron has beaten Marine Le Pen in Sunday's French election and taken more than 65 per cent of the vote, according to exit polls.
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