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Watch: How Macron and Le Pen offer very different visions of the EU
Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen will go head-to-head in a run-off election to be France's next president. Where do both stand on the European Union?
France election: Who's who in the race to unseat Macron?
Your guide to some of the leading candidates to be France's next president.
Six takeaways from the first round of France's presidential election
The first round of France's election was marked by the far-right qualifying for the runoff, a collapse of traditional parties and a high abstention rate.
Brussels favours Macron in second round of voting, says expert
The French president will face far-right candidate Marine Le Pen on April 24.
'I want a France that is part of a strong Europe,' says Macron
The current French president is set for another winner-takes-all runoff against far-right candidate Marine Le Pen.
Macron and Le Pen to face off in French presidential election runoff
French President Emmanuel Macron came first in France's presidential election with 27.6% and far-right leader Marine Le Pen came second with 23.4%, according to interior ministry figures.
Le Pen a real danger to Macron, say analysts as French election looms
Victory "has never been so close", Marine Le Pen told supporters in Perpignan, as polls have her breathing down Emmanuel Macron's neck ahead of Sunday's vote.
Macron targets Le Pen's 'indulgence' of Putin as poll gap narrows
Four days before the vote, Emmanuel Macron tackled Marine Le Pen over Russian financing and her "indulgence" of Vladimir Putin, as the latest polling suggests his hard-right rival is gaining ground.
French far-right candidates secure signatures needed for election run
France's far-right candidates secured enough signatures to run for the presidency after struggling to cross the 500 political sponsorship threshold.
Le Pen halts presidential field campaign over sponsorship struggle
Both Le Pen and her far-right rival, Eric Zemmour, have called for a 2016 reform that lifted the anonymity of the pledges to be overturned.
Defections and division: Is France's far-right tearing itself apart?
Some politicians from Marine Le Pen's National Rally party have defected to Eric Zemmour's campaign. What does that mean for the far-right in this presidential race?
France: Far-right candidates clamour for support before April election
At this stage, Marie Le Pen or Valerie Pecresse appear most likely to reach a runoff against Emmanuel Macron.
Two-day far-right summit begins in Madrid led by Spain's Vox
The summit is a follow-up to a similar gathering in Warsaw in December.
Le Pen and Zemmour make French far-right 'most suicidal' in the world
Far-right candidates Eric Zemmour and Marine Le Pen have been urged to stop hurling "barbs" at each other.
Nationalists vow joint votes in European Parliament at Warsaw meeting
While the Warsaw meeting fell short of creating the new alliance nationalist leaders were hoping for, Le Pen said it marked "a key step" toward closer cooperation.
Why are France’s far-right politicians paying visits to Viktor Orban?
Marine Le Pen met with Hungary's Viktor Orban after Eric Zemmour attended a political conference with him. Here's a look at why far-right political candidates are heading to Budapest.
Five takeaways from Hungarian PM Orban's meeting with France's Le Pen
The two far-right politicians played down their differences and found common ground in virulent attacks against the European Union's "hegemony."
Why is Hungary PM Orban meeting France's Marine Le Pen in Budapest?
Orban and Le Pen will hold a joint press conference from Budapest at 15:00 CEST.
Europe's liberals should learn from the populist movement | View
Populist movements in Europe are still with us, asserts political scientist Zsolt Enyedi, and European liberals ought to take on board how and why they appeal to voters.
Right-wing populist parties join forces to rally against future EU
Sixteen parties from 14 countries are calling for an EU based on sovereign member states rather than a federal European state.
France's far-right National Rally party reelects Le Pen as its leader
`Marine Le Pen has been reelected as the leader of the far-right Rassemblement National and sets her sights on the presidential election next year.
French regional elections: Far-right party fails to win any region
The far-right National Rally failed to win a single region in France's regional elections on Sunday which were marked by record low turnout.
'Slap in the face' for Macron as his party scores low in regional vote
The regional elections in France were regarded by some as a testing ground for next year's presidential election.
Protests held across France against the far-right
Political tensions rising before regional elections next week and presidential elections next year, as far-right gains in popularity.
France: Why Marine Le Pen fears Eric Zemmour's political aspiration
Zemmour regularly causes controversy with his positions on immigration and Islam and is now reportedly considering running for president. Marine Le Pen fears this would split the far-right vote.
Marine Le Pen acquitted in trial over posting images of IS atrocities
Le Pen's lawyer hailed the ruling as a victory as the far-right leader prepares to run for president in 2022.