Iraqi-Sunni protestors and Shiite demonstrators from the Karbala provinces and the Baghdad Shiite suburb of Sadr City shout anti-government slogans during a demonstration in the western city of Ramadi calling for the release of prisoners and the resignation of the Iraqi Shiite premier on January 3, 2013. Officials sought to head off the demonstrations against Iraqi Prime Minister, Nuri al Malaki, by beginning a mass release of female prisoners, a key demand of Sunni Arab protesters angered by what they allege is the misuse of anti-terror legislation by the Shiite-led authorities to target their minority community. AFP PHOTO / AZHAR SHALLAL (Photo credit should read AZHAR SHALLAL/AFP/Getty Images)
02 Feb 2013
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