France: Francois Fillon refuses to quit election race

Paris, France - Francois Fillon, French conservative presidential candidate, has been under increasing pressure but told supporters at a rally in Nimes that he has no intention of dropping out of the French presidential race.

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    Paris, France - Francois Fillon, French conservative presidential candidate, has been under increasing pressure, but told supporters at a rally in Nimes that he has no intention of dropping out of the French presidential race.

    Fillon faces being placed under formal investigation over an ongoing jobs scandal.

    Al Jazeera's Natacha Butler reports from Paris.


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