Iraqis Await Elections U.S. and Iraqi officials are vowing to press ahead with Jan. 30 elections despite security questions. Gen. John Abizaid, the overall commander of U.S. forces, has been touring Iraq's Anbar province, where resistance to the U.S. occupation is strongest. Hear NPR's Eric Westervelt.
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Awaiting the Iraqi Elections in Anbar Province

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Awaiting the Iraqi Elections in Anbar Province

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Awaiting the Iraqi Elections in Anbar Province

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U.S. and Iraqi officials are vowing to press ahead with Jan. 30 elections despite security questions. Gen. John Abizaid, the overall commander of U.S. forces, has been touring Iraq's Anbar province, where resistance to the U.S. occupation is strongest. Hear NPR's Eric Westervelt.