In this file photo taken on January 27, 2016 France's far-right Front National (FN) party founder Jean-Marie Le Pen poses in Saint-Cloud, west of Paris. (AFP / JOEL SAGET)
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Jean-Marie Le Pen, the firebrand co-founder of France's far-right National Front who was eventually kicked out of the party by his daughter, confirmed Thursday he had joined a little-known European extreme right movement.Le Pen said he was now a member of the Alliance for Peace and Freedom (APF), a grouping of European far-right parties, which said the octogenarian had joined on March 22 . Le Pen, 89, has said he will not stand for re-election in EU parliamentary elections next year.
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