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Ballot Shortage Keeps Some From Iraq Polls

Nearly a third of the polling stations in this former insurgent bastion didn’t get ballot boxes and there weren’t enough ballots, forcing authorities to turn away some Sunni Arabs who joined the rush to vote Thursday. Similar problems were reported elsewhere in Anbar province, a western region where Sunni insurgents are active. But Fallujah is the most tightly controlled city in the province, firmly in the grip of U.S. and Iraqi authorities. Full Story

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