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capital of Iraq.
Baghdad boil - Synonym(s): Alibert disease II
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Cet ordre vaut pour l'ensemble des zones que le Kurdistan irakien dispute au pouvoir central a Bagdad et vise a "permettre a un comite technique regroupant autorites federales et kurdes de travailler a deployer les forces federales" dans ces territoires, poursuit le communique du chef du gouvernement, egalement commandant en chef des armees.
Senator for Tasmania Jonathon Duniam said Mangalore to Bagdad Stage 1 had improved safety for all motorists travelling through the township of Bagdad.
Bagdad : Violence in Iraq yesterday killed eight people including a police officer, his wife and two children, and gunmen also kidnapped five police officers, officials said.
Valeri Rachev is temporarily Bulgaria Ambassador in Bagdad and he is also the Minister's Chief of Staff.
Y siendo hijo de quien es (el mayor heroe kurdo iraqui, Mustafa Barzani, gran enemigo de Sadam Hussein), aspira a emular a su padre enfrentando el poder de Bagdad y probablemente conquistando la independencia".
Masrour Barzani's remarks came just days before a deal was announced between Kurdish and Iraqi leaders to dampen tensions between the two governments of Erbil and Bagdad.
The summit held in Bagdad, the city which had witnessed constant violence for so many years, will be attended by 11 state leaders among whom the Iraqi President Jalal Talabani.
In addition, the Bagdad Solar Project, located in Yavapai County, will use about 72,000 solar panels, which can collectively generate 15 MW of electricity.
Un juez espanol decidio procesar de nuevo y por tercera vez a los tres militares estadounidenses presuntamente implicados en la muerte del camara de television Jose Couso en Bagdad, el 8 de abril de 2003, al estimar que existio un plan para evitar que los medios informaran sobre la guerra de Irak.
Specific topics include set design, location, and landscape in cinematic medievalism; the Crusades through the East-European eyes of Sergei Eisenstein's Alexander Nevsky; depictions of Richard I and Saladin in films and television series; the politics of El Naser Salah Ad-Din; history and authorship in Frank Cassenti's Chanson de Roland; the multiple agendas of Anthony Mann's El Cid; Hollywood, the Crusades, and buddy pictures; bodily temporalities in The Thief of Bagdad (1924), The Thief of Bagdad (1940), and Aladdin (1992); Templar romance and the redemption of history in National Treasure and The Da Vinci Code; and movie millenarianism in Left Behind.
He analyzed the situation and decided his oil pressure was sufficient to not jettison 5,000 lbs of fuel and 2,000 lbs of bombs over downtown Bagdad.
The unnamed protagonist of Les Sirenes de Bagdad attends university classes in Baghdad until the American occupation forces his return to his isolated Bedouin village.