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A protester holds a flyer depicting Iraq's Electricity Minister Karim Waheed, top left, and Jordanian-born militant Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, bottom left, during a demonstration against electricity shortages in Nasiriyah, about 200 miles southeast of Baghdad, Iraq, Monday, June 21, 2010. Riot police in southern Iraq used water cannons to disperse protesters pelting them with stones Monday during a demonstration against power cuts as anger spread over the lack of basic utilities to fend off the country's searing summer heat. In Arabic, the flyer reads, "Karim Waheed and Zarqawi are two sides of the same coin." (AP Photo)
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A protester holds a flyer depicting Iraq's Electricity Minister Karim Waheed, top left, and Jordanian-born militant Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, bottom left, during a demonstration against electricity shortages in Nasiriyah, about 200 miles southeast of Baghdad, Iraq, Monday, June 21, 2010. Riot police in southern Iraq used water cannons to disperse protesters pelting them with stones Monday during a demonstration against power cuts as anger spread over the lack of basic utilities to fend off the country's searing summer heat. In Arabic, the flyer reads, "Karim Waheed and Zarqawi are two sides of the same coin." (AP Photo)

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