Nasiriyah

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, Post code, Postal code... -- postal_code area_code blank_name blank_info blank1_name blank1_info website footnotes '''Nasiriyah''' ( ; BGN (United States Board on Geographic Names): '''An Nāşirīyah'''; also spelled '''Nassiriya''' or '''Nasiriya''') is a city in Iraq. It is on the Euphrates about 225 miles (370

community. After the failed uprising of 1991, many families were massacred by Saddam Hussein's forces whilst thousands fled from Iraq to other countries such as the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and Sweden. Nasiriyah is the centre of a date (Date palm#Dates)-growing area, but many other agricultural products are produced here as well. The city's industries include boatbuilding, carpentry and silver working. The old parts of the town are built mainly from


Al Anbar Governorate

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Governorate''' ( ) (or '''Anbar Province''') is the largest governorate (Governorates of Iraq) in Iraq geographically. Encompassing much of the country's western territory, it shares borders with Syria, Jordan, and Saudi Arabia. The provincial capital is Ramadi, and other important cities in the province include Fallujah and Haditha. Before 1976 the governorate was known as '''Ramadi'''; before 1962, it was known as '''Dulaim

'''. In 1976 it was renamed Al Anbar Province. Nearly all the inhabitants of the province are Sunni Muslims and mostly from the Dulaim tribe. As of 2014, the majority of Al Anbar is occupied by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. Etymology The name of the governorate means "granaries (Granary)" in Arabic, The word Anbar (أنبار) is the plural of Nbr (نبر) in Arabic which means "granarie (Granary)". The name of the Governorate is taken over from


Tal Afar

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Umm Qasr

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area_code blank_name blank_info blank1_name blank1_info website footnotes '''Umm Qasr''' ( , also transliterated as : ''Um-qasir'', ''Um-qasser''), is a port city in southern Iraq. It stands on the canalised Khawr az-Zubayr, part of the Khawr Abd Allah estuary which leads to the Persian Gulf. It is separated from the border of Kuwait by a small inlet. A bridge across the waterway


Iraq

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2 official_religion Islam demonym Iraqi government_type Federal (Federation) parliamentary (Parliamentary system) republic leader_title1 President (President of Iraq) leader_name1 Fuad Masum leader_title2 Vice President of Iraq Vice

President leader_name2 Nouri al-Maliki leader_title3 Prime Minister (Prime Minister of Iraq) leader_name3 Haider al-Abadi legislature Council of Representatives (Council of Representatives of Iraq) area_rank 59th area_magnitude 1 E11 area_km2 437,072 area_sq_mi 169,234 percent_water 1.1 population_estimate 36,004,552 Embassies overseas of Republic of İraq: http


Tikrit

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pushpin_mapsize coordinates_region IQ subdivision_type Country subdivision_name subdivision_type1 Governorate subdivision_name1 Salah ad Din (Salah ad Din Governorate) established_title established_date established_title2 established_date2 established_title3 established_date3

48 longEW E elevation_footnotes elevation_m 137 elevation_ft 449 postal_code_type postal_code area_code


Ramadi

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blank_name blank_info blank1_name blank1_info website footnotes '''Ramadi''' ( west of Baghdad. It is the capital of Al Anbar Governorate. http: www.globalsecurity.org military world

iraq ramadiyah.htmjj. The city extends along the Euphrates and is the largest city in Al-Anbar. Population Ramadi's population has been stated as 500,000 according to UN data from 2003. and 483,209 according to UN from 2004. The former regime reported that it had about 700,000 inhabitants. According to the former regime The inhabitants are predominantly Sunni Arabs, mostly from the Dulaim tribe. History Ramadi is located in a fertile


Kirkuk

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Fallujah

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''', '''Fallouja''', or '''Falowja''' ( west of Baghdad on the Euphrates. Fallujah dates from Babylonian times and was host to important


Samarra

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subdivision_type1 Governorate (Governorates of Iraq) subdivision_name1 Salah ad Din Governorate population_as_of 2003 est population_total 348,700 footnotes


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