“Baghdad” daily newspaper. June 11, 2006.
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Humor Amid Discomfort

“Baghdad” daily newspaper. June 11, 2006.
The power most Iraqis are concerned about is the kind that runs ceiling fans and refrigerators. “Baghdad” daily newspaper. June 11, 2006. ()
“Baghdad” June 15, 2006
Welcome summer! A hundred times. Welcome! “Baghdad” daily newspaper. June 15, 2006. ()
“Azzaman” daily May 30, 2006
At last we’ve reached the light at the end of the tunnel.

Azzaman daily newspaper, May 30 ()
“Taakhi” daily newspaper, June 10, 2006
Power cuts ... the main reason for suicide!

Taakhi daily newspaper, June 10 ()
“Dastour” daily June 4, 2006
1.Poor citizen

2.Office of the minister of electricity

Dastour daily, June 4 ()
“Sabah” daily June 13, 2006
Sign: Private electricity generation. Price of one ampere is 10,000 Iraqi dinars. Hurry to reserve your subscription line. The number is limited.

Man holding hand fan: Well, I’m a civil servant. That means my salary is equal to 15 amperes.

Sabah daily, June 13 ()
“Sabah” daily, June 21, 2006
We will resume our interview with the minister of electricity once we get electricity back on to our studio with our generator!!!

Sabah daily, June 21 ()
“Mada” daily June 7, 2006
Man selling hand fans

Mada daily, June 7 ()
“Dastour” June 1, 2006
The government has been formed. When will you be formed, too?

Dastour, June 1 ()
Mada, May 27, 2006
My mom sent me! Would you loan us some electricity?

Mada, May 27 ()
“Dear god”
Dear god

Making its way around the Internet. ()
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