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Reports from Iraq, as Citizens Vote for Parliament
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Reports from Iraq, as Citizens Vote for Parliament

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Reports from Iraq, as Citizens Vote for Parliament

Reports from Iraq, as Citizens Vote for Parliament
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Reporters in Basra, Baghdad and Fallujah provide updates on Thursday's voting in Iraq. Turnout was reported to be strong, even in Sunni-dominated areas, where voting in last January's first nationwide election was low.

Guests:

Jonathan Finer, Washington Post foreign correspondent in Fallujah

Douglas Struck, Washington Post foreign correspondent in Basra

Michael Ware, Time magazine's Baghdad bureau chief

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