Under Tight Security, Iraq Prepares for Vote

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Iraqis anxiously prepare for Sunday's elections. Many say they will wait to see if security measures appear to be effective before deciding to venture out to vote. Iraq's national borders are closed, the international airport is empty and a dusk-to-dawn curfew is in place.



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