At home in Baghdad they take the time they have to get together and ride.
Longtime Quds Force chief Brigadier General Qassem Soleimani is reportedly in Baghdad, which indicates the severity of the crisis.
A spokesman at the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad emailed that no one was available to discuss this story.
And, ostensibly, it was the diplomats and generals of the Indian administration who ran the show in Baghdad.
The war launched to achieve regime change in Baghdad metastasized into three wars.
I had, while in Baghdad, written out a small list of Arabian words, so that I might procure what was most necessary.
What was fun to them in Baghdad is fun to us in London after a thousand years.
This marvellous city, equal in grandeur to Baghdad, was a great beacon-light of culture for three hundred years.
That ought to have determined our attitude on the minor Baghdad point.
Another local plague is the famous button, which is found from Aleppo to Baghdad, and is believed to go back to the days of Job.
a pre-Islamic name apparently of Indo-European origin and probably meaning "gift of god," with the first element related to Russian bog "god" and the second to English donor. Marco Polo (13c.) wrote it Baudac.
country name, 1920, from an Arabic name attested since 6c. for the region known in Greek as Mesopotamia; often said to be from Arabic `araqa, covering notions such as "perspiring, deeply rooted, well-watered," which may reflect the impression the lush river-land made on desert Arabs. But the name may be from, or influenced by, Sumerian Uruk (Biblical Erech), anciently a prominent city in what is now southern Iraq (from Sumerian uru "city").
Capital of Iraq, located in central Iraq on both banks of the Tigris River.
Note: Baghdad has long been one of the great cities of the Muslim world.
Note: It was bombed heavily during the Persian Gulf War.
Republic in the Middle East, bordered by the Persian Gulf, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia to the south; Jordan and Syria to the west; Turkey to the north; and Iran to the east. Its capital and largest city is Baghdad.
Note: The ancient civilization of Mesopotamia emerged in the valley between the Euphrates River and Tigris River in what is now Iraq.
Note: Ruled by Saddam Hussein, a dictator who invaded Iran in 1980 and Kuwait in 1990. (See also Persian Gulf War.)