French Voters Go to Polls in Hollande's First Post-Attacks TestBy and
Turnout by late afternoon higher than in previous elections
Vote was held under high surveillance with army patrols
French voters headed to the polls on Sunday to elect regional leaders, in what is seen as a litmus test for President Francois Hollande, three weeks after terror attacks killed 130 in Paris and left the country bereft and anguished.
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