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The opening of a new hotel is posing a challenge to tribal customs in western Iraq's Anbar province, where locals traditionally welcome outsiders into their homes. In the heart of Ramadi, the provincial capital, a tall building is lit up with neon lights.He thought he could finish some administrative work in Anbar and return the same day to the capital Baghdad, 100 kilometers away.But the work took longer than he expected and he decided to book into the new hotel.The only previous attempt to open a hotel in Ramadi was a failure, evident from the unfinished and abandoned building in the city center.However, some Anbar residents are keen to take advantage of the new hotel.
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