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5 de Marzo de 2010

Una serie de bombazos en cadena relacionados con las elecciones provoca conversaciones en Estados Unidos sobre el retraso de la retirada de Irak

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Al menos catorce personas resultaron muertas y casi sesenta heridas en una serie de ataques con bomba en Bagdad, el primer día de votaciones en las elecciones parlamentarias en Irak. Irak inauguró las urnas el jueves para los primeros votantes, incluidos cientos de miles de soldados, agentes de policía y prisioneros. Hablamos con Nir Rosen, periodista independiente que ha cubierto la guerra de Irak desde 2003.

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