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Macron extends lead in polls over Le Pen on final day of French election campaign

Centrist candidate tipped to win 62% of votes in second round, four polls indicate

Activists from Greenpeace unfurl a giant banner on the Eiffel Tower which reads "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity" in a call on French citizens to vote against the National Front presidential candidate Marine Le Pen, in Paris, May 5, 2017.


CENTRIST French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron extended his lead in the polls over his far-right rival Marine Le Pen on Friday, the final day of a tumultuous election campaign that has turned the country's politics upside down.

The election is seen as the most...

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