Iraqi expatriate leaves polling place after voting in their national election in Detroit.
Draped in an Iraqi flag, expatriate Amer Al-Maamar leaves the polling place with his family after voting in Iraq's national election, in Detroit January 30, 2005. Emotional and jubilant Iraqi expatriates braved long trips and frigid weather to cast their votes across the United States since Friday. Voting in five different U.S. cities ends today. U.S. President George W. Bush called Sunday's landmark Iraqi election a "resounding success" and said Iraqis have rejected the anti-democratic ideology of the terrorists. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook RC