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The French parliamentary election's opening round on Sunday saw President Emmanuel Macron's Ensemble coalition take a slight lead, with 25.75% of the popular vote, compared with 25.66% for the leftist bloc of Jean-Luc Melenchon.
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Macron's new Minister for Solidarity Damien Abad has strenuously denied media reports that he forced two women to have sex with him in 2010 and 2011.
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Former French PM Fillon loses appeal against corruption conviction
The court gave Fillon a one-year prison sentence for a "fake jobs" scandal involving his wife Penelope.
French greens and left unite to face Macron before June elections
France's greens and the left wing party of Jean-Luc Mélenchon have joined forces in a "historic moment" to face Macron before June's parliamentary elections.
Macron targeted by tomato throw during first trip since re-election
President Emmanuel Macron was targeted this afternoon by a tomato throw during a walk in the Parisian suburb of Cergy-Pontoise, during his first trip since his re-election.
Calls for Armenian resistance fighter to enter French Pantheon
Missak Manouchian fought the Nazis after fleeing the Armenian Genocide for France in the 1910s, now some call for him to enter the French Pantheon.
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French President Emmanuel Macron won re-election on Sunday, beating far-right candidate Marine Le Pen. However, Macron faces many challenges ahead, as he seeks to govern a deeply divided country.
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All you need to know about France's presidential election
Here's our explainer on France's presidential election.
French President Macron avoids accusing Putin of genocide
"I am very careful with some terms [genocide] these days," French President Emmanuel Macron said during an interview with France 2 broadcasted on Wednesday. "I`'m not sure the escalation of words is helping the cause right now."
French election: cost of living crisis top of voters minds
Soaring food and energy costs are a top concern for many French voters ahead of the first round of the country's presidential poll on Sunday. Euronews' Laurence Alexandrowicz reports.
Are Social Networking platforms making a difference to the French presidential election campaigns?
Seems a lot of door-to-door canvassing has been replaced with YouTube, Twitch, Instagram, and TikTok to reach as many people as possible ahead of the French presidential election. Euronews looks at how effective social platforms are and if they could predict the results of the election.
Franco-Italian relations at their best: a look back on the relationship between the two nations
With the appointment of Mario Draghi as Italy’s Prime Minister a new partnership between Italy and France has emerged. Ahead of France’s presidential election we looked back at how bilateral relations between the two countries have changed.
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.
Germany eyes French election hoping to protect bilateral cooperation
The hope in Berlin’s government circles is for Macron’s re-election and a continuation of the groundwork that’s been laid with the new German Chancellor.
Five charts to explain the issues shaping France's presidential race
Here's a look at five charts to break down what voters care about ahead of the April 2022 election.
France: Rivals claim foul play as Macron waits to declare candidacy
Critics say he’s unfairly using his taxpayer-funded presidential pulpit to campaign for a second term while dragging out his widely expected announcement as long as possible.
France: Left-wing presidential candidates reject running together
At least five main figures from the left and the far-left are running for president, in addition to smaller candidates.
Anti-vax anger, threats widen divides ahead of French elections
As the French presidential election approaches, the country experiences an unprecedented wave of attacks on political officials, especially in smaller communities.
Female footballers protest against hijab ban in Paris
"They exclude us, whereas the fundamental values of football and sport are to unite and to come together," said Founé Diawara, co-president of the collective 'Les Hijabeuses'.
France: Virus law banning unvaccinated from public venues passed
The new law requires full vaccination to go to restaurants, movie theatres, museums, and many sites throughout the country.
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.
Macron: People spreading fake news should be 'brought to justice'
Speaking after he received a report on fake news he commissioned in October, the French president suggested new laws should allow internet platforms and individuals to be held accountable in France.