French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron is hit by hackers


Far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen said Friday that she believes she can pull off a surprise victory in France's high-stakes runoff Sunday, while independent front-runner Emmanuel Macron suffered a document leak that his team called a bid to throw the vote.

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