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Challenge of governing falls to Iraqis

By Thanassis Cambanis
Globe Staff / December 15, 2005

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BAGHDAD -- The simplest thing about today's Iraqi election will be the voting. After Iraqis dip their fingers in purple ink and cast ballots for the third time in a year, the political process aimed at resolving the most nagging issues facing the country will finally get underway. Voters will choose a permanent National Assembly, which will then designate a ... (Full article: 1174 words)

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