Ten international cheesemongers competed to be named the best cheesemonger in the world at Mondial du Fromage. Nathalie Vanhaver, from Belgium, in center, took gold. Christophe Gonzalez, from France, on the left, won silver; and for the first time ever, an American, Nadjeeb Chouaf, took home the bronze. Courtesy of Rodolphe Le Meunier/Deedee Dorzee hide caption

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Another Stunning Election In France As Macron's Party Sweeps

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French President Emmanuel Macron (right) and Russian President Vladimir Putin walk in the Galerie des Batailles (Gallery of Battles) at the Palace of Versailles as they arrive for a joint press conference following their meeting near Paris on Monday. Stephane de Sakutin/AP hide caption

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Conservative lawmaker Edouard Philippe has been chosen to be the next prime minister. Philippe is mayor of Le Havre, France. Charly Triballeau/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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French presidential election Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte met and fell in love when she was his high school drama teacher. They married in 2007. Patrick Kovarik/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Emmanuel Macron's Unconventional Candidacy Stems From An Unconventional Life

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Nicolas Dupont-Aignan (left) and Marine Le Pen at a joint press conference in Paris on April 29, where Le Pen declared she would appoint Dupont-Aignan prime minister if elected. Geoffroy Van Der Hasselt/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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French far-right candidate Marine Le Pen's National Front party now has a new interim leader, after Jean-Francois Jalkh (right) stepped down over comments about the Holocaust. The two are seen here at the Elysee in 2014. Alain Jocard/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Police officers block access to the Champs Elysees in Paris after a shooting on Thursday. France's Interior Ministry said the attacker was killed in the incident on the world-famous boulevard. Thomas Samson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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French Presidential candidates: Jean-Luc Melenchon (left), Francois Fillon, Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron. Lionel Bonaventure/AFP and Sylvain Lefevre/Getty Images hide caption

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Marine Le Pen, presidential candidate of the far-right National Front, waves on stage during a campaign rally in Paris on April 17. Sylvain Lefevre/Getty Images hide caption

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The Far Right's Marine Le Pen Courts France's Female Voters

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French Presidential Candidate Emmanuel Macron addresses voters during a political meeting on April 17 in Paris. NurPhoto via Getty Images hide caption

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French Presidential Candidate Macron Takes Page From American Political Playbook

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Conservative French presidential candidate Francois Fillon delivers a speech April 9 during a campaign meeting in Paris. The two-round presidential election is set for April 23 and May 7. Fillon has played up his religion during the campaign, and that has played well with France's Catholics. Thibault Camus/AP hide caption

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Conservative French Presidential Nominee's Unusual Tactic: Tout His Faith

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Despite Corruption Charges, French Catholics Stand Behind Francois Fillon

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