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250,000 people protest in France against far right

  • 250,000 people protested across France against the rise of the far right after success in European polls led President Macron to call legislative elections, as reported by police.
  • In Paris, an estimated 75,000 people joined unions, associations, and a new left-wing coalition's call for parliamentary elections, according to police.
  • Antiracism groups will protest with French unions and a new left-wing coalition against the nationalist far right ahead of snap parliamentary elections, amidst tense campaigning.
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