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Marine Le Pen denies France rounded up Jews


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French far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen denied on Sunday that the French state was responsible for the wartime round-up of Jews at a Paris cycling track who were then sent to Nazi death camps, AFP reports.

Former President Jacques Chirac and current President Francois Hollande have both apologized for the role French police played in the round-up of more than 13,000 Jews at the Vel d'Hiv cycling track which was ordered by Nazi officers in 1942.

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Marine Le Pen rally in Corsica moved following violent clashes in Ajaccio


Marine Le Pen rally in Corsica moved following violent clashes in Ajaccio

Violent clashes broke out both inside and outside a venue in the Corsican city of Ajaccio that was supposed to hold a rally by French far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen.

According to French television BFM TV, Corsican nationalists arrived at Le Pen's rally on Saturday and clashed with her far-right supporters before being evacuated by security. The disturbance delayed the start of Le Pen's program by an hour after it was moved to another venue.

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European Parliament seeks €339,000 from Marine Le Pen


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The European Parliament is seeking to recover €339,000 from French far-right leader Marine Le Pen as part of an investigation into alleged misuse of funds, her lawyer confirmed Monday.

National Front leader Le Pen is accused of breaking the Parliament’s rules by having two assistants — Thierry Légier and Catherine Griset — carry out non-Parliamentary work while being paid by the EU institution. She is being investigated by the EU’s anti-fraud watchdog, OLAF.

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Marine Le Pen vows to ban religious symbols, including kippot


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Mrine Le Pen, the leader of France’s far-right National Front Party, vowed that if she is elected the country’s president she would ban all public displays of religious symbols and clothing, including kippot.

Le Pen made the statement during an interview on Sunday with France’s BFM-TV. She is expected to seek the country’s presidency in 2017. She heads the third-largest party in France.

Le Pen is seeking to broaden an existing law, called the headscarf ban, that does not allow conspicuous displays of religious symbols in public schools to include all public areas.

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