Demonstrators protesting the lack of electricity in Iraq's rural areas burned tires in the road 20 miles north of Kirkuk in Iraq's Kurdish region Friday, August 13, 2010. Longterm frustrations with the new government's failure to provide basic  services such as clean water, electricity and public sanitation have reached a boiling point this month. The roadblock is one of many that have sprung up all over the country, coinciding with the draw-down of United States forces and the Muslim observance of Ramadan. Daniel C. Britt (image by Daniel C. Britt)
Demonstrators protesting the lack of electricity in Iraq's rural areas burned tires in the road 20 miles north of Kirkuk in Iraq's Kurdish region Friday, August 13, 2010. Longterm frustrations with the new government's failure to provide basic services such as clean water, electricity and public sanitation have reached a boiling point this month. The roadblock is one of many that have sprung up all over the country, coinciding with the draw-down of United States forces and the Muslim observance of Ramadan. Daniel C. Britt
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