Ninth anniversary of Iraq invasion brings demand for peace
"On a sunny and unseasonably warm Wednesday afternoon, March 21, some 100 people gathered at the Bloomington Courthouse Square to honor Iraq on the ninth anniversary of the U.S. invasion and occupation and to express their demand for diplomacy, not war, with Iran."
The following may show or at least 'conjure' images of a sexually graphic nature:
"After last year’s Digital Love campaign, which won a number of awards at the Dubai Lynx and MENA Cristal, French agency Buzzman is back with yet another campaign for Durex that pushes the buttons, the condom giant is testing the power of imagination that consumers have, specially when it comes to sex!"
iraq’s oldest blogger: ‘the internet can shape the country’s future’
The man who is, by all accounts, the oldest blogger in Iraq makes the younger people around him look aged – especially when he starts to talk about the Internet. Ibrahim al-Allaf is in his 50s,
"Because al-Allaf believes that the Internet can change Iraq. And as a result he spends more than 16 hours a day online, reading Facebook and Twitter and on his blog, where he specialises in writing about culture, history and politics."