Whatever it was, he was ready for it, whether it were to hold the lists in the court of the King of Tartary, to carry a cartel to the Sultan of Baghdad
, or to serve a term against the wild heathen of Prussia.
And I don't want to have anything to do with Baghdad
if it can't be part of a federal rule-of-law democracy.
An uncontested masterpiece and a landmark of Baghdad
, Nasb al-Hurriyah was the first public monument in Iraq to be built by an Iraqi artist, a bas-relief mural in bronze (50m x 8m), commissioned by the new Iraqi military regime in 1959 to celebrate the revolution.
She is almost afraid even to speak to me, talking in a very low voice across the table at the hotel dining area, glancing around the room before admitting, "The people in Baghdad
The Washington Times concluded on November 18, a day after the initial raid: "The discovery of a secret Iraqi Interior Ministry torture chamber confirms what has been an open secret in Baghdad
for months: Pro-Iranian militia have deeply infiltrated the ministry and are acting as a law unto themselves.
The bomb targeted a police vehicle as it was passing on a main road near the town of Haswa, 30 miles south of Baghdad
, said police captain.
30, going to Travis Air Force Base in Vacaville for training before heading to Baghdad
headquarters in Baghdad
, killing 24 people, including Sergio Vieira de Mello, the top U.
One cultural-center director in Baghdad
told a New York Times reporter: "I want you to come and see what they have done to my institute.
tank shell hit the Palestine Hotel, the headquarters of international journalists in Baghdad
as troops entered the Iraqi capital on April 8, 2003.
On the road from Baghdad
International Airport to the city of Baghdad
, Turkish laborers work feverishly to pave the road, build roadside parks and plant palm trees.
, many young people say that their lives have shrunk to the size of their bedrooms, their dreams packed away and largely forgotten.