June 25, 2001
Qatar’s Appeals Court upheld on Sunday a five-year jail sentence against Iraqi national Adel Fahd Janeed, who was convicted of hijacking a Qatar Airwa
Iran on Monday expressed its readiness to take effective measures to eliminate barriers to normalization of ties with Iraq, above all the issue of pri
The Iraqi minister of commerce recently stated that discussions are currently underway between Iraq and the UAE for the establishment of a joint free trade zone.
The "smart" sanctions proposed by Britain and the United States would spell the end of the oil-for-food program between Iraq and the United Nations, Vice President Taha Yassin Ramadan said Sunday, Jun
Average Iraqi oil export to the United States totaled 862,000 barrels per day in April 2001, according to London based <I>Al-Hayat</I> daily.
June 24, 2001
Iraqi troops are reportedly preparing for a strike inside Iraqi Kurdistan in an attempt to defeat British and American plans to impose new sanctions.
Iraq’s Ministry of Religious Affairs said Sunday that Ayatollah Hussein Bahr Al Oulum died of a heart attack earlier this week, ruling out reports tha
Iraq’s Irrigation Minister Mahmoud Al Ahmed has been named to head the interior ministry, according to a presidential decree.
A spokesman for the Higher Council for the Islamic Revolution in Iraq told Albawaba.com on Saturday that a recent suspension of US aid did not make mu
June 23, 2001
Algeria and Iraq are cooperating in the development of nuclear weapons, analysts claim.
The family of Ayatollah Seyed Hussein Bahr Al Aloom has confirmed that the renowned Iraqi Shiite leader was assassinated on Friday.
Russia will present a proposal to the UN Security Council on July 3 for a new system of sanctions on Iraq, including a clear timetable for ending them
June 22, 2001
Iran Thursday said at the UN that Iraq "cannot and should not expect to participate" in the negotiations regarding the delimitation of the continental
June 21, 2001
Jon Pattee Senior English Editor Albawaba.com Americans, it has been said, are suckers for children. No one knows this better than Kuwait's public re
Iraq announced on Wednesday that a US-British airstrike killed 23 people, but US Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said that any such deaths were l