A sign for the DoJo Baghdad Cafe serving coffee and donuts to soldiers diplomats and anyone else in the Green Zone is posted on a nearby tree.
A sign for the DoJo Baghdad Cafe serving coffee and donuts to soldiers diplomats and anyone else in the Green Zone is posted on a nearby tree. Leila Fadel / MCT
A sign for the DoJo Baghdad Cafe serving coffee and donuts to soldiers diplomats and anyone else in the Green Zone is posted on a nearby tree. Leila Fadel / MCT

Doughnuts and coffee come to the Green Zone in Baghdad

May 16, 2008 05:15 PM

UPDATED May 16, 2008 07:04 PM

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