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In Libya, voters will go to the polls Saturday to pick a 200-member General National Congress from 3,707 candidates. In the U.S., Libyan-Americans have been traveling to the Holiday Inn in Arlington since Tuesday to cast ballots at the only U.S. polling place established by a transitional Libyan government — a moment that many of them never dreamed they would witness in their lifetimes.
Qatar's support for the top rebel commander in Tripoli is causing unease among Libyan rebels.
"Too many people died for me now not to vote," she said.
"So, of course, I must vote," she said. "I must vote like I must drink water."