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Putin meets France’s Le Pen in Moscow, says won’t interfere in election

By Reuters
24 March 2017   |   10:26 am
President Vladimir Putin meets French far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen in the Kremlin, tells her Russia has no intention of interfering in France's presidential election.

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