Iraq

September 10, 2001

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Iraqi Vice President Taha Yassine Ramadan will visit Algeria soon for talks on strengthening bilateral ties, the state INA news agency reported Sunday, September 9. The announcement was made during Ra

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Kuwait's once-thriving fish market stands deserted, while hundreds of fishing boats wallow in port as fishermen endure a month-long crisis which has seen millions of dead fish wash up on the emirate's

September 9, 2001

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A report said Sunday that senior British security officials fear that “Iraqi spies, posing as asylum seekers, are arriving in Britain in an effort to

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Iraq is to invest $13.5 million to improve its ports on the Gulf over the next 12 months, Transport Minister Ahmad Murtada Ahmad said in comments published Thursday, September 6.   Basra port will b

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Turkish firms will hold a medical supplies fair in Iraq next week in a new sign of Ankara's drive to revitalize trade with its sanctions-hit southern neighbor, the Ankara chamber of industry announced

September 7, 2001

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Baghdad has expelled eight UN staffers so far in September for harming the nation's security, the Iraqi ambassador to the United Nations, Mohammad al-

September 6, 2001

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French Telecom giant Alcatel is to start work on a $75 million telecommunications infrastructure project in Iraq, made possible after the US ceased objections to several “dual purpose” telecom project

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French Telecom giant Alcatel is to start work on a $75 million telecommunications infrastructure project in Iraq, made possible after the US ceased objections to several “dual purpose” telecom project

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Depleted uranium from tons of bombs dropped by the United States on Iraq are to blame for the death of millions of fish in Kuwaiti waters, Iraq's official press claimed on Wednesday, September 5.   

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The volume of oil exported by Iraq under UN supervision fell back last week from 16.8 million to 13.0 million barrels amid a lingering dispute over the official price, the United Nations said Wednesda

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Private firms will be invited to participate in projects aimed at modernizing Egyptian commercial attaché offices abroad, alongside public companies.

September 5, 2001

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French telecom giant Alcatel is to start work on a $76 million project to revamp Iraq's battered telephone network, the Oman Observer English-language

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Four Iraqis were wounded in air strikes Tuesday by US and British warplanes on southern Iraq, Baghdad said, while denouncing Tehran for an earlier bla

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Iraq has expelled five UN aid officials for what it called an infringement of its national security. Meanwhile, a UN arms inspection commission said i

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France's Alcatel is to start work on a $76 million project to rehabilitate Iraq's battered telephone network, an Iraqi telecoms official said Tuesday. But a Chinese firm has pulled out of a $28 millio