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capital of Iraq.
Baghdad boil - Synonym(s): Alibert disease II
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In the last few weeks, Repsol YPF and Cepsa (also a Spanish company) have been invited to Bagdhad to re-start its purchases of Iraq crude oil, suspended at the end of 2000 after the imposition of an illegal surtax levied by Saddam Hussein.
BAGDHAD / Aswat al-Iraq: Iraqi President Jalal Talabani will return to his country after a few days to take part in the Nouroz festivals and to chair the coming Arab Summit on March 29, according to a presidential statement quoting his physician.
Horrendous Graeme added: "I heard recently through contacts in Bagdhad that everything was going to be OK with my son - that he was one of the first who was going to be released.
British troops had taken Basra while American forces had rolled into Bagdhad and ordinary Iraqis seemed pretty happy as the giant statue of Saddam came crashing down.
TERRORISTS in Bagdhad were posing in army uniforms and appealing for intelligence to try to flush out civilian informants, authorities warned yesterday.
Dechreuodd pobl saethu tuag a to pan yn Bagdhad ym mis Mai ag yntau'n hebrwng gwraig yn ei phumdegau,a gafodd ei charcharu gan Saddam Hussein am wrthwynebu llygredd a llwgrwobrwyo yn y maes ariannol,at y fan lle cafodd ei charcharu.
He recently announced his new- born daughter is to be called Liberty because she arrived on the same day that Bagdhad fell.
Mylroie says at Salman Pak, a short distance from Bagdhad, US intelligence planes have taken pho-tographs of a parked Boeing 707.
Maliki made his first visit to Irbil in two years on June 10, 2013 and Barzani visited Bagdhad on July 7, 2013, his first since late 2010.
BAGDHAD / Aswat al-Iraq: The deputy chief of the Sunni Endowment on Sunday denounced statements made by the Al-Qaeda in Iraq (AQI) in which it threatened to target Iraqi Shiites, urging the government to enhance the intelligence capabilities.
An Iraqi man looks at a US Marine covering the face of a statue of Saddam Hussein - built to celebrate his 65th birthday - with the Stars and Stripes before toppling the statue in Bagdhad