The Latest: French candidates weigh in on attack on police
The Latest on the shootings of two police officers in Paris (all times local):
France's presidential candidates have expressed their solidarity with police forces following the shootings of three officers in Paris.
The 11 candidates were appearing on a television program ahead of the first round of voting in the two-part election when the attack that left one officer dead happened Thursday night.
Conservative contender Francois Fillon said on France 2 television he was canceling his planned campaign stops on Friday.
Far-right candidate Marine Le Pen took to Twitter to offer her sympathy for law enforcement officers "once again targeted."
Centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron offered his thoughts to the family of the dead officer.
Socialist Benoit Hamon tweeted his "full support" to police against terrorism.
The first round of the presidential race is scheduled on Sunday. The two top contenders will advance to a runoff on May 7.
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