Iraqi Communists Defy Low-Key Campaigning Trend

Fears of insurgent attacks have kept campaigning to a minimum ahead of Sunday's elections in Iraq. But Iraq's Communist Party, the oldest in the country, has bucked the trend by holding public rallies.

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