Iraqi Insurgent Attacks Take Toll on Potential Voters

Iraqi insurgents assassinate Baghdad's deputy police chief and his son Monday. Elsewhere, a suicide bomber killed at least three people at a police station. As Iraq's election approaches, the lack of security poses problems for campaigns and for those who plan to cast ballots. NPR's Lourdes Garcia-Navarro reports.



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