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U.S. President Barack Obama embraces an unidentified Filipina World War II veteran after he addressed U.S. and Philippine troops at Fort Bonifacio in Manila, the Philippines, Tuesday, April 29, 2014. Obama is wrapping up his four-country eight-day tour of Asia. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)

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U.S. President Barack Obama takes the stage before addressing U.S. and Philippine troops at Fort Bonifacio in Manila, the Philippines, Tuesday, April 29, 2014. Obama is wrapping up his four-country eight-day tour of Asia. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)

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Iraqi security forces line up outside a polling center in Baghdad on Monday, two days before the civilian population votes. Despite democratic elections, Baghdad is gripped by fear and scarred by violence more than two years after the U.S. withdrawal of troops. (Associated Press photographs)

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An Iraqi policeman inspects the site of a suicide attack at a polling center in Kirkuk. Officials said bombers have targeted polling centers as soldiers cast ballots.

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Iraqi security forces line up outside a polling center in Baghdad on Monday, two days before the civilian population votes. Despite democratic elections, Baghdad is gripped by fear and scarred by violence more than two years after the U.S. withdrawal of troops. (Associated Press photographs)