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Hollande and Sarkozy Advance to Runoff

French Socialist Francois Hollande won the most votes in the first round of the country's presidential election, the BBC reports. "He got about 28% of votes, according to projections based on partial results, against about 26% for centre-right incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy. The two men will face each other in a second-round run-off on 6 May."
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