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Frederike Geerdink 33m
i didn't have time to visit when i was in last year. i should have made time, of course.
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RAYA 9h
I am very fond of the smell of breeze mixed with rain drops when passing through Baghdad  
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natasha ghoneim Mar 18
A gorgeous mosque in . The detail on the dome is stunning.
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Rafal aldulaimy Mar 23
My first tweet in this account 💙 I’ll share my thoughts - quotes - pics through it ..
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Ismael Alsodani 20h
Replying to @Eleanor_Robson
embraces those who truly like to assist and support it. You’ll fall in Baghdad’s love more. Thanks for believing in Iraq.
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Jom Sadie 15h
My country, my flag, my motivation as I serve my tour of duty here in Iraq.
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SPECKYMECHY Mar 16
Watching maddie goin missin n the algarve sounds as safe as downtown Baghdad
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The Washington Times Mar 24
Iraqis regret leaving the relative safety of refugee camps to return to Ninevah province, where ISIS remains a threat to daily life.
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Noam Raydan Mar 18
From crude to chasing birds: Al Shuhada’a bridge.
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New Iraq Center Mar 23
Getting Baghdad in evilpivot with , will get in internal problem between , region related to disputed areas & in problems with neighbouring countries that helping Iraq getting rid of Iranian influence
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Ali علي 15h
The Iraqi National Museum has been on my wishlist for a while now. I can finally tick it off my list! Although, I'm sure I'll be back again. 🇮🇶
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Dhirgham Alobaydi Mar 24
A part of the dome of ‘Ahmadi Mosuqe’- one of the oldest mosques - located near Haraj Souq in has fallen because of a lack of maintenance. Many hostrian architects & civic activists were covered the event by Iraqi social media accounts.
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Charles Lister 10h
: It's going to take time for some of these activities to emerge more clearly in public, but as I've come to understand recently, authorities ( & OIR members) are well aware of the depth & continuation of some of most engrained behaviors beyond military violence.
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natasha ghoneim Mar 20
Sunset over the Tigris River in .
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ReaamMh Mar 20
In Mutannabi, books lay across the street because our old Iraqi saying goes; “A reader doesnt steal, and theieves dont read”. ; and intellectual hub in where poetry, culture and politics are shared freely. What a magical place to be.
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New Iraq Center 15h
Media sources refer to an upcoming visit of Crown Prince Mohamed bin Salman to , This expected visit deemed as a turning point in the Saudi-Iraqi ties and in the situation of Iraq on the regional level and the Arabic one
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george udosen 🇳🇬 Mar 16
Because my dear thrives on exploitation... haven't you ?
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Matthew Stovall Mar 19
I blown em' off the ball ...
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HughSykes Mar 21
Replying to @MosulEye
What's your reason for asking? I was 52. I arrived in on April 9th 2003. The first thing I saw after getting out of the car from to was this soldier being beaten up for trying to surrender to US troops. He was eventually rescued - by an American.
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