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BGWBaghdad (Airport Code)
BGWBerufsgenossenschaft für Gesundheitsdienst und Wohlfahrtspflege (German: Professional Association for Health Services and Welfare)
BGWBusch Gardens Williamsburg (theme park; Virginia)
BGWBundesverband der Deutschen Gas- und Wasserwirtschaft (German: Federation of German Gas and Water Industries)
BGWBuilding God's Way (church construction)
BGWBlack Grey White (Port State Control)
BGWBorder Gateways (3GPP)
BGWBig Green Weenie
BGWBest Garden on the Web
BGWBattlefield Guided Weapon
BGWBouscat Giant White (breed of rabbit)
BGWBordeaux Graph Workshop (Bordeaux, France)
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Killed Eating Ice-cream: Children and the Elderly Targets for Terror in Baghdad
It's not plausible at this point to envision ISIL taking control of Baghdad, but they can make Baghdad so miserable that it would threaten the legitimacy of the central government,'' said Richard Brennan, an Iraq expert with RAND Corporation and former Department of Defense policymaker, using an acronym for the Islamic State group.
According to AP, police officials said a car bomb went off at night in a commercial street in al-Ameen district in southeastern Baghdad, killing four people and wounding 13.
A source at the Interior Ministry's Baghdad Operations Command told KUNA that seven Iraqis were killed and 23 others wounded when a car bombing attack took place at the southeastern New Baghdad neighborhood.
Baghdad : Bombings in Iraq, including a series of blasts mainly targeting some areas of Baghdad, killed at least 29 people and wounded 70 yesterday, security and medical officials said.
With much of the country's manufacturing, finance and commerce concentrated in and around Baghdad, our new service will play a central role in linking the city with the broader business community.
A release states that it will be "a new blog supplementing The Times' Reach of War coverage by providing insights and stories about daily life in Baghdad and what it is like living outside the Green Zone.
Sullivan, vice director for strategic plans and policy within the Joint Chiefs of Staff, delivered a briefing in which he warned that al-Qaeda hoped to "revive the caliphate," with its capital in Baghdad.
Iranian interference" is coded language for Abdul Aziz al-Hakim and his party, the Supreme Council for the Islamic Revolution, which is Bush's strongest ally in Baghdad.
Just this week, 7,000 Assyrians left Baghdad for Northern Iraq.
If we were doing this in Baghdad, we would be dead by now," he said.