What does electricity have to do with the Iraq?


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2009-01-07 06:28:31
2009-01-07 06:28:31

Electricity production currently is below 6000 megawatt while the needs reach up tp 10000 MW, so houses are more than 12 hrs deprived from power, on the other hands public roads are seldomly lightened even no traffic signals. Should you look for further details, you visit


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