Macron narrowly beats Le Pen in French elections: exit polls

Centrist French president Emmanuel Macron won Sunday’s elections, taking 55 percent of the vote compared to far-right contender Marine Le Pen on 45 percent, according to French exit polls cited in Belgian media. His win was much smaller than in 2017, when he reached 66 percent, amid a lower than usual voter turnout this time round.

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