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France's Sarkozy, Royal Face Off in TV Debate

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France's Sarkozy, Royal Face Off in TV Debate

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France's Sarkozy, Royal Face Off in TV Debate

France's Sarkozy, Royal Face Off in TV Debate

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The two remaining presidential candidates in France, Nicolas Sarkozy and Segolene Royal, have been holding a live televised debate. An audience of about 20 million people is expected to watch the only face-to-face debate between Royal and Sarkozy in the campaign.

The French people go to the polls on Sunday to choose a new president in the second round of voting.