France first round of the 2012 presidential election
epa03193127 French far-right political party National Front (FN) candidate for the 2012 French presidential election, Marine Le Pen reacts after her speech during the first round of the French presidential elections, in Paris, France, 22 April 2012. Le Pen came third in the first round of France's presidential elections with between 18.2 and 20 per cent, a record for the far-right party. EPA/IAN LANGSDON
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