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Initial tally shows a sectarian split among Iraq voters

Shi'ite coalition dominates

By Thanassis Cambanis
Globe Staff / December 20, 2005

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BAGHDAD -- The Shi'ite Islamist coalition won a commanding share of seats in Iraq's new Parliament as Iraqis apparently voted overwhelmingly along religious and ethnic lines in Thursday's election, according to partial results released yesterday. (Full article: 1042 words)

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