According to intelligence services, tests of electronic voting machines -- used for the first time in Iraqi elections – produced varied results, appearing to give credence to the fraud claims.
In Tel Afar, Turkmen had a population of around 200,000 which reportedly fell to just 20,000 after Daesh took control.
The strategic town which is mostly Turkmen populated will be Iraqi army's next in the roll-up of remaining Daesh-ruled cities.
Iraqi parliament unanimously adopts resolution over the killings of Turkmen. Meanwhile, Mosul residents displaced by fighting or accused of participating in Daesh's operations say they fear revenge attacks by Iraqi forces.
After leaving Tel Afar, near Mosul, thousands of Turkmen find themselves trapped in squalid, cold camps across the border in Syria.
Kurdish and Shiite Turkmen paramilitary forces clash in Tuz Khurmatu city of northern Iraq, killing at least eight people and cutting a strategic road between Baghdad and Kirkuk
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