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'Thanks but no Thanks': French Left candidates bury idea of alliance

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IN THE FRENCH PAPERS - Monday, February 20: It's election fever and the candidates are hitting the campaign trail hard. The left has definitively "buried" any hopes of an alliance between Socialist presidential candidate Benoît Hamon and far-left leader Jean-Luc Melenchon. François Fillon is hoping to move past #Penelopegate and Marine le Pen is in Lebanon...

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