It was 4:42 in the morning Baghdad time when the bombs hit.
What does BT stand for?
BT stands for Baghdad Time (GMT+0200)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Representatives of the G5+1 were due to express their view about the Iranian package in an evening session, which was originally scheduled for 18:00 Baghdad time (1500 GMT), but was later delayed until this morning.
The last result of explosions that rocked Baghdad on Thursday have reached 57 civilians killed and more than 176 others injured, and the result is expected to increase," a Health Ministry source told Aswat al-Iraq news agency, adding that the Karrada blast's victims were not known till the time of this statement about noon Baghdad time.
30am, Baghdad time, the small group quietly entered a rather ordinary looking twostorey house in the city's wealthy Al-Mansour district and violently captured its three occupants -- two Americans and a Briton -- who were employed rebuilding the battered infrastructure of the Middle Eastern country.
26am Baghdad time they shared a knowing moment as their colleagues sat unaware that the handover was taking place 48 hours early in an attempt to thwart terrorist attacks.
At 11pm Baghdad time, the sound of allied war planes was heard over the capital for the first time since the fighting began.
You certainly couldn't put an ad in the Baghdad Times," Queer Jihad offers provocative, engaging essays and articles by writers worldwide as well as readers' comments, The site also provides numerous links to gay, Islamic, Arabic, and Asian cultural, legal, and political sites, Sulayman X, who converted to Islam in 1993, is a journalist who lives in a large Asian city; for fear of retribution he does not use his given name.