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Iraq vote count begins following massive turnout

More than two-thirds of Iraqi voters turned out in the country’s landmark election, according to first estimates, spawning hope for the war-battered nation and boosting the prospect of drawing minority Sunnis into the political process. Votes were being counted after Thursday’s election to choose the first full-term Iraqi government since the ouster of Saddam Hussein in 2003 passed off with minimal violence, in stark contrast to the January vote. Full Story

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