Topic: Nouri al-Maliki
Despite attacks, triumphant moments unfolded across the country as Iraqis dipped their fingers in purple ink and cast ballots in the Iraq election. Results and voter turnout are not expected for at least another day.
03/07/2010 05:50 pm
Some of the polling stations in the Iraq election emptied during the morning’s attacks, but after encouragement from several political leaders, voting seemed to pick up again in the afternoon.
03/07/2010 03:20 pm
Explosions ripped through Baghdad and other provinces killing at least 34 people and wounding more than 65, Iraqi authorities said. Still, voters lined up to cast ballots in the Iraq election.
03/07/2010 11:34 am
Though several more bombs underscored the persistent insurgent threat to the Iraq election, the attitude among security forces – many of whom couldn't safely wear their uniform in public three years ago – was light-hearted.
03/05/2010 05:59 pm
Candidates in the Iraq election have focused attention on Syria, which has the largest number of Iraqi expatriates. Sunni candidates in particular are seeking out extra support, given Iraq's Shiite-dominated politics.
03/05/2010 04:41 pm
Recent bombings underscore the perilousness of the Iraq elections on March 7, and the consequences for the US and the Middle East. Still, the general trend has been positive, and that's encouraging.
03/05/2010 12:12 pm
Iraqi elections March 7 will be another major test of the country's democratic experiment.
03/03/2010 01:02 pm
Terrorism & Security Iraq police and hospital attacked in triple suicide bombing ahead of Sunday election
A triple suicide bombing attacked Iraq police and a hospital killing at least 30 and wounding 40, defying heightened security and stoking sectarian fears ahead of the Iraq election scheduled for Sunday.
03/03/2010 08:36 am
In Pictures Dogs at work
A week before the Iraq election, sectarian divisions and conspiracy theories are running wild and could limit turnout.
02/26/2010 12:23 pm