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A close aide to French Front National leader Marine Le Pen has been charged amid an inquiry into the party’s financing.
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France’s far-right National Front leader Marine Le Pen has been heckled by a topless Femen activist at a news conference intended to outline her views on foreign policy ahead of the presidential…
Judicial sources say Catherine Griset had been questioned in connection with a fraud inquiry along with Le Pen's bodyguard, Thierry Legier, who was later released.
French police have detained far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen's bodyguarda and chief of staff in custody. Le Pen's lawyer says they are being questioned over alleged misuse of EU funds to
Lucas Belvaux's 'Chez Nous' has angered the French far-right Front National for its portrayal of a ruthless, manipulative fictional far-right party.
The rise in poisonous political rhetoric is threatening to roll back human rights and creating a more dangerous world, Amnesty International has warned.
French far-right leader Marine Le Pen has refused to go into a meeting with Lebanon’s Grand Mufti after being asked to wear a headscarf.
FN officials have told the Reuters agency the search is connected to an inquiry into the alleged misuse of European Union funds to pay parliamentary assistants.
France’s far-right leader Marine Le Pen visited a migration hotspot on the country’s border with Italy on Monday.
National Front leader Marine Le Pen has outlined a policy where dual citizens from non-European countries would be forced to make a choice which they want to keep.
Campaigning for France's presidential election began this week with three of the leading candidates addressing supporters in Lyon.
The leader of France's far-right Front Nationale, Marine Le Pen, has been defending her policies as her party moves into the lead in presidential opinion polls.
Since the triumphs of Brexit and Trump, the Front National leader has been increasingly seen as a serious contender in the 2017 French presidential election.
Taking the top spot in her list of 144 election pledges is ‘the return of France’s sovereignty’.
Far-right National Front leader Marine Le Pen kicks off her French presidential campaign in Lyon, with a promise to protect voters from globalisation.
Riding high in the opinion polls, far-right leader Marine Le Pen kick-starts her campaign to become French president with a major speech on Sunday, hammering home an anti-euro, anti-immigrant…
The French presidential candidate on the right appears before a rally of supporters, but even some in his own party are asking how long he can survive
A French journalist was violently removed by security guards from a Paris event on February 1, after asking National Front leader Marine Le Pen a question about her alleged misuse of European Union fu
France’s National Front leader Marine Le Pen has defied a deadline set by the EU authorities for her to repay funds they claim she has misspent.
With the Socialist candidate finally chosen this weekend, can either Manuel Valls or Benoit Hamon make a difference in the packed French presidential election race?
Europe’s political direction will tilt towards the extreme right this year if elections go as many expect in France, Germany and the Netherlands.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from Europe’s political capital.
With the dawn of the New Year, the presidential hopefuls from France's mainstream political parties have begun to set out their plans ahead of the vote in the spring.
The French Front National leader's call for an end to free education for the children of illegal immigrants has been roundly condemned in France.
Socially conservative, free market and pro-Russia are just some of the terms used to describe France's centre-right candidate for next year's presidential election.
French far right leader Marine Le Pen is given the comic book treatment by a Charlie Hebdo cartoonist who explores the “dark side” of the woman who could make it to make it to the second round of Fran
Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein accuses prominent Western politicians of peddling fear and hate in the same way as Islamist extremists.