Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo wins French Socialists’ presidential nomination • FRANCE 24 English

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Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo has been nominated as the presidential candidate of France’s Socialist party, partial party vote results showed Thursday, despite her languishing in the race to unseat incumbent Emmanuel Macron.

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