A handout picture released by the Iraqi parliament on October 12, 2022, shows presidential candidate Abdul Latif Rashid attending a parliamentary session during which a new president is due to be elected, in the capital Baghdad on October 13, 2022. - Despite a rocket attack on Baghdad's Green Zone, lawmakers elected Rashid as Iraq's new state president on October 13, in hopes of ending a year of political gridlock and violence in the war-scarred nation. The 78-year-old replaces fellow Iraqi Kurd Barham Saleh as head of state after the two-round vote in parliament, winning more than 160 votes against 99 for Saleh according to assembly officials. Photos:  IRAQI PARLIAMENT / AFP
A handout picture released by the Iraqi parliament on October 12, 2022, shows presidential candidate Abdul Latif Rashid attending a parliamentary session during which a new president is due to be elecShow more

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