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EU court rejects Le Pen challenge over European Parliament funds misuse

Reuters India Wednesday, 28 November 2018
The EU's second highest court upheld on Wednesday a decision by the European Union to recover money from far-right politician Marine Le Pen, delivering the former French presidential candidate a second legal setback this year.
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