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Concerns on Iran in US rights report




Saddam Hussein weighed nuclear 'package' deal in 1990, documents show




Election turnout is reported at 62 percent. Insurgents killed two policemen and a civilian in Mosul and Fallujah; one insurgent was also killed. Iraqi forces detained 16 wanted men in Basrah and two al Qaeda fighters in Mosul. Two US soldiers died in a vehicle accident near Baghdad.




As Iraq tallies vote, US says pullout plans are 'on track™




Iraqis vote




Gates says elections show Iraq's progress




Iraq: Election day




Al Qaeda in Iraq failed to deter parliamentary elections. Thirty-eight Iraqis were killed in mortar attacks and bombings, but the attacks did not keep Iraqis from the polls. Turnout was high. Security forces detained six wanted men in Saadiya, two terrorists in Tarmiyah, an al Qaeda cell leader in Arii, and a Naqshabandi cell leader in Kirkuk.




Iraq's election day




Iraqis defy intimidation to vote, attacks kill 36




Iraqis vote despite militant attacks that kill 24




Iraqi voter turnout solid despite blasts




Violence mars early hours of voting in Iraq




High turnout was recorded during the first day of out-of-country voting. Four Iranians were killed in a bombing in Najaf. Iraqi forces detained 10 al Qaeda in Iraq fighters in central and northern Iraq, eight in Diyala, and four more in Ramadi, an al Qaeda mufti in Khalis, and six wanted men in Basrah.




A child was killed in an IED blast in Hillah. Security forces detained 10 wanted men in Basrah and three gunmen in Sulaimaniya. A curfew has been imposed in Baghdad for the weekend to provide additional security for the election.




Iraq: election predictions




Charming and chilling: Osama bin Laden's bodyguard




Clashes in Iraq's north underscore fierce political rivalry among Kurds




Iraqis begin to vote




Suspicious and angry, Shiite cleric™s followers await Iraqi vote