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Marine Le Pen's niece opens finishing school for would-be far-right leaders

Reuters India Friday, 22 June 2018
LYON, France (Reuters) - The niece of far-right leader Marine Le Pen launched a political academy on Friday that she hopes will serve as a "finishing school" for would-be luminaries on France's right wing, but denied she was plotting a political comeback.
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