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France’s Macron takes presidential campaign to London

By France 24
22 February 2017   |   1:03 pm
We take a look at coverage of the French presidential campaign going overseas, with centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron campaigning in London while far-right hopeful Marine Le Pen is in Lebanon.

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