French far-right 'barred' from national unity rally
Despite the French president calling for "unity" in the light of the Charlie Hebdo massacre, an almighty row broke out on Thursday after the National Front were not invited to Sunday's Republican rally.
France's politicians were not able to show their new found unity for long.
Just a day after the Charlie Hebdo shooting left 12 dead and had politicians calling for the country to unite, a row between politicians broke out after the National Front were not invited to take part in Sunday's rally for "national unity" in Paris.
For her part Marine Le Pen was furious that the party, who came out on top in the European elections last May, was "excluded" from the march.
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