September 20, 2001
An Egyptian information technology and communications exhibition will open in the Iraqi capital city of Baghdad on September 25.
A Turkish-Iraqi border crossing was closed after Baghdad suspended the delivery of heating oil to Kurdish-dominated areas of northern Iraq, local officials in this southwestern Turkish town said Wedne
September 19, 2001
The FBI expanded the list of people wanted in connection with terrorist attacks to nearly 200 late Tuesday, as the CIA pored over reports that one of
September 18, 2001
Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Tariq Aziz extended condolences Tuesday to Americans, the first such conciliatory move by Baghdad since last week's terror
The volume of trade between Syria and Iraq is expected to increase to $1.5 billion by December 2001, said Iraqi Economy Minister Mohammed Mehdi Saleh
September 16, 2001
The terror attacks on the United States were "an inside job" and a sign of America's collapse, Iraqi Vice President Taha Yassin Ramadan said in an int
The Turkish stock market plunged 6.2 percent on Friday, September 14, as investors remained jittery over the terrorist attacks in the United States and Washington's promise of retaliation. The nationa
September 15, 2001
Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, the only Arab leader not to have condemned the terror attacks in the US, advised Washington Saturday to refrain from u
September 14, 2001
Iraq called on the United States Friday to draw the right conclusions from the "harsh lesson" it was dealt this week in the form of devastating terror
September 13, 2001
Tunisian Foreign Minister Al Habib bin Yehya arrived Wednesday in Baghdad for talks with senior Iraqi officials on ways to enhance bilateral ties betw
Britain on Thursday denied reports from Iraq that US and British warplanes had carried out a raid in the south of that country.
September 11, 2001
Iraq said on Tuesday that its anti-aircraft forces shot down a US spy plane Tuesday in the region of the southern port city of Basra.
Iraqi Vice President Taha Yassine Ramadan said Monday that Baghdad remains opposed to any revised regime of sanctions slapped on the country 11 years
Egyptian veteran poet Ahmed Shafiq Kamel is back to writing in Operet Al Salam Al Adel (an operetta for a just peace) which will be performed by a number of Arab song stars
Iraq said Monday, September 10, it had no immediate plans to set up free trade zones with its non-Arab neighbors. "It is premature now to think of establishing free zones with non-Arab countries neigh