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Iraqis Count The Votes And Enjoy The Quiet

Iraqis held their breath at the unaccustomed quiet in the capital Tuesday, reveling in post-election euphoria as officials began what they said could be a week-long count of ballots and political jockeying began over the next government. The interim government reopened the borders, turned on the lights at the airport to allow commercial flights to land and lifted the daytime curfews imposed in a largely successful effort to prevent disruption of Sunday’s national elections. Full Story

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