الدوري العراقي الممتاز البث المباشر مباراة الديوانية x زاخو 17/7/2018 Al Diwaniya vs Zakho match ....................... تابعنا على...
Al-Hudood Sports Club is an Iraqi sports club based in Falastin Street, East Districts of the Tigris River, Baghdad.
Zakho Sport Club is a sports club based in Zakho, Dohuk, Iraq. Zakho SC's biggest rivals are also their neighbours Duhok SC, always producing the most passionate and fierce matches every season, with whom they contest the Duhok Derby.
The Northern Borders Region is the least populated region of Saudi Arabia. It is located in the north of the country, bordering Iraq and Jordan.
Al-Hudood is an award-winning satirical Arabic news publication founded July 2013. It originally focused on satirical journalism in Jordan, and came to encompass news from the Arab world and from around the world, working with Arab writers and cartoonists from different parts of the Middle East and North Africa.
Zakho is a city in Iraqi Kurdistan, at the centre of the eponymous Zakho District of the Dohuk Governorate of Kurdistan Region, located a few kilometers from the Iraqi–Turkish border. The city has a population of 212,000.
Zakho District is a district in northwestern Dohuk Governorate within the Kurdistan Region of northern Iraq. Administrative center is the city of Zakho.
Boris Vladimirovich Zakhoder was a Russian poet, translator and children's writer. He is best known for his translations of Winnie-the-Pooh, Mary Poppins, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and other children's classics.
Zakhor: Jewish History and Jewish Memory is a non-fiction book first published in 1982 by the historian Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi — a professor of Jewish history at Columbia University. It consists of four lectures that Yerushalmi gave as part of the 1980 series of "Stroum Lectures in Jewish Studies", now known as the Samuel and Althea Stroum Lectures in Jewish Studies, at the University of Washington in Seattle.
Zakhopyorsky is a rural locality (a khutor) in Nekhayevsky District, Volgograd Oblast, Russia. The population was 492 as of 2010.