US-resident Iraqi votes in Iraq election

US-resident Iraqi votes in Iraq election

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Credit: JIM WEST/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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Caption: US-resident Iraqi votes in Iraq election. Iraqis living in the United States are entitled to vote in Iraq's national election. This woman from Detroit is holding up her right index finger which was dipped in purple ink when she voted. The purpose is to prevent someone from voting twice. Photographed on 28 January 2005, in Southgate, Michigan, USA.

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