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Voters Head to Polls as Iraq Holds First Election Since US Withdrawal

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Voters Head to Polls as Iraq Holds First Election Since US Withdrawal

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Voters went to the polls in the autonomous Kurdistan region and throughout Iraq on April 30 to cast ballots in the first election since the US’s withdrawal from the country. The vote will determine whether Prime Minister Nuri Al-Maliki wins a third term in office. Credit: Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty

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