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Iraq warehouse of ballots burns

Site kept returns for recount

By Tamer El-Ghobashy and Mustafa Salim The Washington Post

This article was published June 11, 2018 at 3:16 a.m.

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Iraqis work to salvage ballot boxes Sunday as smoke rises from a fire that engulfed a Baghdad depot where the ballots were being stored for a recount. The fire raised more concerns about the legitimacy of national elections that were already marred by fraud accusations.

A fire engulfed a depot on Sunday where ballots from Iraq's national elections were being stored ahead of a full manual recount, the latest setback for a process that had already been mired in accusations of fraud and other violations.

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