An Iraqi voter laughs as she tries to cast a ballot with wet ink on her hands at a polling station in northern Baghdad Sunday, March 7. Despite a concerted campaign of attacks, many Iraqi voters defiantly made their way to polling stations. photo by Hannah Allam/MCT
An Iraqi voter laughs as she tries to cast a ballot with wet ink on her hands at a polling station in northern Baghdad Sunday, March 7. Despite a concerted campaign of attacks, many Iraqi voters defiantly made their way to polling stations. photo by Hannah Allam/MCT Hannah Allam / MCT
An Iraqi voter laughs as she tries to cast a ballot with wet ink on her hands at a polling station in northern Baghdad Sunday, March 7. Despite a concerted campaign of attacks, many Iraqi voters defiantly made their way to polling stations. photo by Hannah Allam/MCT Hannah Allam / MCT

Obama: The future of Iraq belongs to the people of Iraq

March 07, 2010 04:35 PM

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