The Baba Club NPR's Ivan Watson reports on the Baba Club, a social club near Iraq's oil fields. The Baba Club was originally built by the British more than 50 years ago, and it is now again being used by foreign nationals as a place to relax when not working in Iraq's oil fields.
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NPR's Ivan Watson reports on the Baba Club, a social club near Iraq's oil fields. The Baba Club was originally built by the British more than 50 years ago, and it is now again being used by foreign nationals as a place to relax when not working in Iraq's oil fields.