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"… of course have used truck bombs to devastating effect in Grozny, Nairobi, Baghdad and Oklahoma City. The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission said 33 years ag …"

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"… and memory issues associated with injuries he received in a bomb blast in Baghdad. But Castillo’s treatment is exactly what medical professionals and econ …"

"… ,” he said. The shrapnel that entered Castillo’s brain from a bomb in Baghdad in 2004 burned a portion of his frontal lobe, which had to be removed. Doc …"

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"… k for therapy. The shrapnel that entered Castillo’s brain from a bomb in Baghdad in 2004 burned a portion of his frontal lobe, which had to be removed. “ …"

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"… s in Farmington Hills, Mich., recoup a disputed 35- acre plot in southeast Baghdad that Habboo says once belonged to his family. Poblete and Tamargo registe …"

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"… March 19, 2003 — ten years ago — U.S. warplanes bombed a site in Baghdad that military officials believed was the hideout of Iraqi leader Saddam Hu …"

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"… northern Iraq during the 2003 conflict there, officials in Washington and Baghdad made its postwar reconstruction a top priority. But instead of spending tw …"

"… elped cut the national infant-mortality rate by nearly three-quarters. The Baghdad rail station was repaired on time and under budget. And telecommunications …"

"… U.S. occupation. It was the Pentagon that opened a contracting office in Baghdad that Bowen said was chronically understaffed — despite Defense’s …"

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"… rventions such as Iraq and Afghanistan. “Bush decided to be the mayor of Baghdad rather than the president of the United States,” he said. “He decided …"

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"… supported by secret Iraqi government documents obtained after the fall of Baghdad in 2003. A 1987 letter, written by Iraq's military intelligence director a …"

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"… ffice of Provincial Affairs manages provincial reconstruction teams at the Baghdad Embassy. These teams have worked to build provincial governments, mitigate …"

"… ssy to different offices. So far, only 13 tasks have been transferred. The Baghdad Embassy could not provide details on what tasks remain to be transferred a …"

"… er of contractors employed in Iraq. In the past two quarters, U.S. Embassy-Baghdad has reported to SIGIR that it does not keep data on what activities its co …"

Ghost soldiers

By Mark Benjamin and Barbara Slavin

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"… d pressure, and sent to be a Civil Affairs officer based at Taji, north of Baghdad. He died five months later during the Iraqi insurgency, a victim of an IED …"

"… irs 1st Sgt. Christopher Coffin stands in front of the Hands of Victory in Baghdad. He was shipped to Iraq in 2003 after the Army blocked his retirement from …"

"… te phone had been destroyed.Betsy Coffin recalls talking to her husband in Baghdad. “I know that he spoke at length about the lack of resources for the uni …"

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"… prepare to withdraw from Iraq by the end of 2011, the American embassy in Baghdad must make its own transition plans to protect staff, hire more Iraqi civil …"

"… cers and little contact with Iraqi civilians, according to the report. The Baghdad embassy submitted a transition plan in April to the State Department, but …"

"… general said.FAST FACT: Maintaining an American employee at the embassy in Baghdad's "Green Zone" costs an estimated $1.5 million to $2.3 million per year, l …"

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"… ing to sway the award of more subcontracts, were sneaking prostitutes into Baghdad’s Green Zone by abusing their security access cards.A woman’s quest fo …"

"… ctice for subcontractors to provide prostitutes at these parties” inside Baghdad’s Green Zone, the source of the video said in a 2007 interview with inve …"

"… comment.Other allegations accuse Iraqi contractors of similar abuses. The Baghdad-based Organization of Women’s Freedom in Iraq, in a report issued in Mar …"

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"… hey travelled in an unprotected convoy on a highway from Amman, Jordan, to Baghdad. Insurgents attacked the convoy, hijacked it, and publicly executed 12 of …"

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"… e wasted or lost as conflict raged, his reports found.On his first trip to Baghdad, Bowen said, he saw U.S. officials delivering duffle bags of cash to gover …"

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"… ople, State officials said, because of space constraints at the embassy in Baghdad. The report released Monday is the first of two audits expected to focus …"

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"… pons of mass destruction." He made one of his last public appearances at a Baghdad press conference two months later, in March 2003, as American troops masse …"

"… ivity at Camp Cropper, the U.S.-run prison for "high value detainees" near Baghdad-- the only first-person account to emerge so far from the war's secret-mos …"

"… weeks immediately following the invasion found him moving furtively around Baghdad, dogged by overtures from an Iraqi-American physician rumored to be workin …"

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"… lty to voluntary manslaughter and attempt to commit manslaughter. …"

"… and weapons violations, in connection with the September 2007 shooting in Baghdad. A sixth former Blackwater guard pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter …"

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"… nvestigation of the OBO continues. …"

"… y the State Department. Plus, internal documents suggest that officials in Baghdad rushed to meet construction deadlines, leaving safety risks unresolved. Th …"

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"… e haunting photographs of Iraqi prisoners at the Abu Ghraib prison west of Baghdad: scenes of naked, humiliated prisoners piled on top of one another, some f …"

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"… e haunting photographs of Iraqi prisoners at the Abu Ghraib prison west of Baghdad: scenes of naked, humiliated prisoners piled on top of one another, some f …"

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"… e and Jack did business with Hussein’s sadistic son Uday on his yacht in Baghdad, just months before U.S. troops invaded (although he said he and Jack beli …"

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"… ights the story of one Parsons-contracted prison in the flatlands north of Baghdad, which was begun but never completed. AP quotes the special inspector gene …"

Baghdad bonanza

By Bill Buzenberg

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"… low-paid foreign laborers brought in to help build the new U.S. embassy in Baghdad. First Kuwaiti and the U.S. State Department denied the charges.Other key …"

"… ral data system, including awards originating at one contracting agency in Baghdad, which reports only some aggregate totals for inclusion in the central dat …"

"… ow seeking copies via Freedom of Information Act requests.Officials in the Baghdad office say that these contracts are unlikely to change the rankings of the …"

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"… g Corp. radio in 2004 that during a visit to a U.S. intelligence center in Baghdad, she met an Israeli who was involved in interrogating Iraqi prisoners."I a …"

Early warning

By Alan Green

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"… lding scandal over inmate abuse at the Abu Ghraib prison, 20 miles west of Baghdad. The role of private contractors in Iraq first earned widespread public at …"

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"… gon to build a wireless phone network for officials and aid workers in the Baghdad area. MCI's reconstruction activities in Iraq were not disclosed in docume …"

"… nt has announced that it will consolidate all future contracts under a new Baghdad-based office as of November. The office is to be set up under the Coalitio …"

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"… lly, the contract calls for SAIC to establish three major media bureaus in Baghdad, Basra and Arbil, including transmitters and satellite facilities. The bur …"

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"… on July 13, 2003—told reporters in an Aug. 29, 2003, teleconference from Baghdad that CPA will pay J.P. Morgan Chase $2 million over an up-to-three-year pe …"

"… MCI to build a wireless phone network for officials and aid workers in the Baghdad area. According to an MCI spokesperson, the Pentagon-led Coalition Provisi …"

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"… wen could not be reached for comment.In March 1995, Buckingham traveled to Baghdad to attend a meeting with Safa Hadi Jawad, Iraq's oil minister. The Iraqi g …"

"… st oil fields. Among the 200 oil executives who smelled fresh money in the Baghdad air, there was no one from the United States or the United Kingdom – exc …"