European elections countdown No matter how the first round of the French presidential election ends , one thing is certain: It has been an exceptional campaign. Traditional party allegiances have weakened, and populists gained momentum over the past few months, giving voters in Europe's second-biggest nation a much wider range of choices. Here are key […]

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