French Voters Go to Polls in Hollande's First Post-Attacks Test

  • 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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