A woman casts her ballot during the first round of Polish local elections, in Warsaw, Poland, Sunday, Nov. 16, 2014. The voting is considered a test for the main parties ahead of the parliamentary elections next year. Some 30 million voters are eligible to choose nearly 47,000 councilors and 2,500 local administration leaders on Sunday, but observers are concerned about the possibility of a low turnout. Opinion polls gave a narrow lead to the governing pro-business Civic Platform party, over the nationalist opposition Law and Justice. (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski) (The Associated Press)
WARSAW, Poland – Officials in Poland say computer hackers have attacked the website of the country's electoral commission, which is still unable to publish full returns from local elections because of an unrelated computer glitch.
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