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A gum-smacking teenage Arab girl from Baghdad recently visited the genocide museum here," Rasool told me, referring to an old Ba'ath Party dungeon that has since been converted into a monument to the tortured and the dead.
During October of 2005, two public works in Baghdad by the renowned sculptor Khalid al-Rahal were dismantled.
The girls in Baghdad are really not very happy right now.
And the Knight Ridder news service obtained an Iraqi Interior Ministry memorandum calling for the arrest of 14 men in a western neighborhood of Baghdad, all of whom ended up dead near the Iranian border, most with a single gunshot wound to the head.
In the first attack, a patrol hit a roadside bomb in the southern Dora neighbourhood, killing a soldier from Task Force Baghdad, a statement said.
Several guardsmen said the living conditions in Baghdad are not as dire as sometimes portrayed in the news, though work was often fraught with fear.
27 -- A series of bomb attacks target the Red Cross headquarters in Baghdad and several police stations in central Baghdad, killing 36 people.
first bombed Baghdad on March 19, at least 12 journalists and camera operators have been killed.
Baghdad has not hosted the Arab League Summit since May 1990, months before Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait, an act of war that led to Iraq's isolation from most Arab countries.
In the space of a week in October, a Sunni geology professor was gunned down, and the dean of Baghdad University's economics department, a Shiite, was slain along with his family.
He was arrested a third time during a Friday prayer service last November at the Abu Hanifa mosque in western Baghdad.