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Baghdad, Iraq, February 12, 2003.The window of the Al Zahawi cafe in Rashid street, named after a famous local poet and musician...Baghdad cafes are a trademark of this ancient city, men gather after prayer and play dominoes or blackjack with intense passion while drinking black or lemon tea or traditionnal arabic coffie (ka'wah). .As the American menace of invasion draws nearer, tension is clearly perceptible: in any war, the civilian population endures a heavy burden...
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Baghdad, Iraq, February 12, 2003.The window of the Al Zahawi cafe in Rashid street, named after a famous local poet and musician...Baghdad cafes are a trademark of this ancient city, men gather after prayer and play dominoes or blackjack with intense passion while drinking black or lemon tea or traditionnal arabic coffie (ka'wah). .As the American menace of invasion draws nearer, tension is clearly perceptible: in any war, the civilian population endures a heavy burden...