BBC — French President Nicolas Sarkozy is wooing far-right voters after losing narrowly to his Socialist rival in the presidential election's first round.
Francois Hollande came top with 28.6% and Sarkozy got 27.1% — the first time a sitting president has lost in the first round.
Third-place Marine Le Pen took the largest share of the vote her far-right National Front has ever won, with 18%.
Referring to her voters, President Sarkozy said: "I have heard you."
Gerry Hadden reports.