France's National Front has stripped founder Jean-Marie Le Pen
of his position as honorary president, ending his last formal connection with the far-right party.
French far-right leader Marine Le Pen
will this weekend unveil a new name for the 45-year-old National Front and a refocus on immigration as it searches for more voters and relevance in a political landscape transformed by President Emmanuel Macron.
FRENCH far-right leader Marine Le Pen
is facing up to three years in jail after being charged for allegedly posting images of an Isis beheading on Twitter.
PARIS, March 1 (KUNA) -- French far-right National Front leader Marine le Pen
was charged here Thursday for "inciting terrorism" and reproducing violent Tweets originating from the so-called Islamic State (IS), media sources reported.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The Leader of France's far-right National Front party Marine Le Pen
was formally charged on Thursday over graphic tweets of Daesh violence she posted in 2015.
Paris, May 19 (BNA): Emerging from her crushing defeat in France's presidential contest, Marine Le Pen
said she will run for a parliamentary seat in June elections and that her National Front party has "an essential role" in a new political landscape.
Summary: Marine Le Pen
has not been elected president of France.
Marine Le Pen
is not Donald Trump, and Emmanuel Macron is not - well, no one in American politics is even in the same category.
obtient 65,5 % a 66,1 % des voix face a Marine Le Pen
(33,9 % a 34,5 %), selon les estimations des instituts de sondages Ifop et Harris Interactive.
EDT - Marine Le Pen
conceded the French presidential election to Emmanuel Macron Sunday, saying voters had opted for continuity but claiming victory for her alliance as the "biggest opposition group in France.
By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO- 3 May 2017: French presidential candidates Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen
face off in a final televised debate on Wednesday which is expected to be bitter, personal and potentially decisive ahead of voting this weekend.
Paris: Centrist presidential frontrunner Emmanuel Macron and his far-right rival Marine Le Pen
attacked each other's visions of France and the role it should play in Europe on Monday against a background of May Day rallies and protests.