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Far-right and green parties gain support in EU elections

SHOTLIST BRUSSELS, BELGIUM, 26 MAY 2019SOURCE: AFPTV - MS of a giant screen in the auditorium of the European parliament in Brussels on election night- WS of the European parliament’s auditorium in Brussels on election night BUDAPEST, HUNGARY. 26 MAY 2019SOURCE: AFPTV - MS of the arrival on stage of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban in front of his supporters MILAN, ITALY. 27 MAY 2019SOURCE: AFPTV -MS Silvini in front of the press SOUNDBITE - Matteo Salvini, Head of the League Party and Italian Interior Minister (man, Italian, 15 sec):"It is not only the Lega that is first in Italy, Marine Le Pen has the first party in France, Nigel Farage, it is the first party in Britain, so Italy, France, Great Britain. PARIS, FRANCESOURCE: RN NO RESALE -MS Le pen on stage BERLIN, GERMANY. 26 MAY 2019SOURCE: AFPTV - MS of people, including Green Party President Annalena Baerbock, celebrating after initial results announcement- MS Green Party President Annalena Baerbock on stage BRUSSELS, BELGIUM, 26 MAY 2019SOURCE: AFPTV - MS of a giant screen in the auditorium of the European parliament in Brussels on election night- WS of the European parliament’s auditorium in Brussels on election night ///------------------------------------AFP TEXT STORY Far-right breakthrough amid big turnout in EU vote Brussels (Belgium) - 26 May 2019 19:29 - AFP (Dave CLARK) / WRAP - UPDATE - 1GX5FM French far-right leader Marine Le Pen won her symbolic duel with President Emmanuel Macron on Sunday, as eurosceptic forces made strong gains in the EU parliamentary election.

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