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Blood Soaked Oil. The body of a slain Sudanese soldier lies in an oil field in the town of Helgig, the site of fighting between Sudanese and South Sudanese forces.

Presidential Rivals Vie for Angry Voters

1 | FRANCE

Socialist candidate Franois Hollande dominated the first round of France's presidential elections with 28.8% of the vote--a few points ahead of conservative incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy. The two will go head to head in a runoff election on May 6. But their biggest challenge, for now at least, is winning over the surprisingly high proportion of voters--18%--who sided with far-right candidate Marine Le Pen. Although that percentage wasn't enough to get Le Pen to the next round, it made her and the politics of her Euroskeptic, anti-immigrant National Front party central to the...

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