France's far-right National Front tries to bypass feud, keep anti-immigration stance at fore

September 5, 2015 12:58 PM

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France's far-right National Front tries to bypass feud, keep anti-immigration stance at fore

Jean-Marie le Pen, former head of the far-right party National Front, smiles during a press conference in Marseille, southern France, Saturday, Sep. 5, 2015. The far-right National Front expelled Jean-Marie Le Pen from the party he founded and his daughter, the party's new leader, had hoped to use the summer meeting as a way to move on from the family feud. (AP Photo/Claude Paris) (The Associated Press)

Jean-Marie le Pen, former head of the far-right party National Front, gestures after a press conference in Marseille, southern France, Saturday, Sep. 5, 2015. The far-right National Front expelled Jean-Marie Le Pen from the party he founded and his daughter, the party's new leader, had hoped to use ...

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