French prosecutors continue probe of François Fillon

French financial prosecutors have decided to continue their investigation into embezzlement allegations against conservative presidential candidate François Fillon. “It is

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François Fillon meets with Nicolas Sarkozy in Paris for lunch and advice

Francois Fillon, the Republican candidate for the Presidental election lunched this Wednesday, February 15 with Nicolas Sarkozy, before going to

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Republicians pressure Fillon to hold party meeting over ‘fake job’ allegations

Parliamentary deputies belonging to the conservative Les Républicains (LR) party, whose presidential candidate Francois Fillon is still under investigation over

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François Fillon “does not see” how he could be charged

On the last day of his visit to the island of Reunion, the presidential candidate of the Republican party spoke

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François Fillon in Reunion Island: “I will fight to the end”

He will fight “to the end”, François Fillon said at his meeting in Saint-Pierre de la Réunion on Sunday (February

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Fillon’s peace in Reunion short lived as supporters and protesters clash

Anti and pro Fillon groups clashed this Saturday in Reunion, just before the arrival of the candidate at a photovoltaic

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Fillon welcomed without pots and whistles in Reunion Island

Far from the French capital Paris, François Fillon hopes to find some breathing space on Reunion Island. For those who follow the

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70% of French think Fillon should withdraw, Alain Juppé “best substitute”

According to an Odoxa poll for Franceinfo released on Friday, 79% were not convinced by the explanations of the Republician

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François Fillon’s children interviewed by police for 7 hours

Two of François Fillon’s children, Charles and Marie Fillon, were interviewed in Nanterre this Thursday by police investigators. The interviews were

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Fillon’s lawyers ask public prosecutor to dismiss case, claim it’s illegal

Lawyers for François and Penelope Fillon announced on Thursday (February 9th) that they had asked the National Public Prosecutor’s Office

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