Rachel Donadio

Paris-based journalist, contributing writer for The Atlantic

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Emmanuel Macron has been reelected as France’s president. But far-right challenger Marine Le Pen got more support than in the 2017 race. Are voters there moving to the right?

Macron beats Le Pen, but is the right gaining ground in France?

Emmanuel Macron has been reelected as France’s president. But far-right challenger Marine Le Pen got more support than in the 2017 race. Are voters there moving to the right?

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Italy is still facing a dire situation: More than 8,200 coronavirus-related deaths have been recorded. In Italy’s northern region, sirens are now a constant presence.

Thousands dead, leaders test positive: Europe still struggles to flatten coronavirus curve

Italy is still facing a dire situation: More than 8,200 coronavirus-related deaths have been recorded. In Italy’s northern region, sirens are now a constant presence.

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On Wednesday night, President Trump announced that the U.S.

Trump bans travel from Europe to US for 30 days. How are Europeans reacting?

On Wednesday night, President Trump announced that the U.S.

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