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Paris Live February 14

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Benjamin Griveaux, when he was named government spokesperson. On friday 14 February 2020, he dropped out of the race for Paris mayor.
Benjamin Griveaux, when he was named government spokesperson. On friday 14 February 2020, he dropped out of the race for Paris mayor. Philippe Wojazer/Reuters

A candidate running for mayor of Paris in next month's municipal elections drops out of the race after a sex tape is made public. And it's not just any candidate: it's Benjamin Griveaux, from the ruling LREM party. We look into the political fallout of that decision for President Emmanuel Macron and his party. 

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Also, a French woman is on a quest to find out what is love. On this Valentine's day we take a journey around France to talk to people about love and relationships.

And the Indian Supreme Court orders political parties to come clean on which of their members have criminal records. Our correspondent has more on that story.

 

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