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POTCHEFSTROM, SOUTH AFRICA - JUNE 12: .Unidentified members of AWB, a right wing movement, hold their flags on June 12, 2004 in central Potchefstrom, South Africa. Eugene Terre Blanche, the leader of the movement, was released from prison earlier in the day. Mr. Terre Blanche served five years for assaulting a black man. The AWB movement tried to disrupt the first democratic election in the country in 1994. A series of bombs and attacks were blamed on AWB members leading up to Election Day. .(Photo: Per-Anders Pettersson/Getty Images).
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