France’s National Front decides Jean-Marie Le Pen’s fate

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4 May 2015 From the section Europe Le Pen took to the stage on 1 May while his daughter was addressing supporters in Paris French ex-National Front leader Jean-Marie Le Pen will hear if he is to lose his post of honorary president after a series of inflammatory remarks and a protracted feud with his daughter. Marine Le Pen said on the eve of the far-right party’s board meeting that he should “no longer be able to speak in the name of the National Front”. Her father founded the National Front…

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France’s National Front decides Jean-Marie Le Pen’s fate

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4 May 2015 From the section Europe Le Pen took to the stage on 1 May while his daughter was addressing supporters in Paris French ex-National Front leader Jean-Marie Le Pen will hear if he is to lose his post of honorary president after a series of inflammatory remarks and a protracted feud with his daughter. Marine Le Pen said on the eve of the far-right party’s board meeting that he should “no longer be able to speak in the name of the National Front”. Her father founded the National Front…

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France’s National Front decides Jean-Marie Le Pen’s fate

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4 May 2015 From the section Europe Le Pen took to the stage on 1 May while his daughter was addressing supporters in Paris French ex-National Front leader Jean-Marie Le Pen will hear if he is to lose his post of honorary president after a series of inflammatory remarks and a protracted feud with his daughter. Marine Le Pen said on the eve of the far-right party’s board meeting that he should “no longer be able to speak in the name of the National Front”. Her father founded the National Front…

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France’s National Front decides Jean-Marie Le Pen’s fate

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4 May 2015 From the section Europe Le Pen took to the stage on 1 May while his daughter was addressing supporters in Paris French ex-National Front leader Jean-Marie Le Pen will hear if he is to lose his post of honorary president after a series of inflammatory remarks and a protracted feud with his daughter. Marine Le Pen said on the eve of the far-right party’s board meeting that he should “no longer be able to speak in the name of the National Front”. Her father founded the National Front…

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KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Taliban militants who have been waging war on the Afghan government for more than a decade have expressed a willingness to soften their position on a range of issues that could lead to talks on ending the conflict….

France’s National Front decides Jean-Marie Le Pen’s fate

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4 May 2015 From the section Europe Le Pen took to the stage on 1 May while his daughter was addressing supporters in Paris French ex-National Front leader Jean-Marie Le Pen will hear if he is to lose his post of honorary president after a series of inflammatory remarks and a protracted feud with his daughter. Marine Le Pen said on the eve of the far-right party’s board meeting that he should “no longer be able to speak in the name of the National Front”. Her father founded the National Front…

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Taliban welcome Afghan peace efforts after Qatar talks

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Taliban militants who have been waging war on the Afghan government for more than a decade have expressed a willingness to soften their position on a range of issues that could lead to talks on ending the conflict….