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    Preliminary Results of the French Presidential Election
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    Centrist Emmanuel Macron has won in the Sunday French presidential election with 66.06 percent of votes after 99.99 percent of all ballots counted, French Interior ministry data revealed.

    Right-wing candidate Marine Le Pen though has gathered 33.94 percent of votes.

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