October 28, 2000
Kuwait's emir said Saturday the regime in Baghdad still shows "aggressive and evil intentions" against the emirate which Iraq invaded in 1990.
Planes from Egypt, Turkey and Ukraine were expected to arrive in Baghdad on Saturday in defiance of a decade-old UN air embargo.
Iraq is witnessing a high rise in patriotic tape sales due to the Al Aqsa Intifada.
October 27, 2000
Diplomats played down fears Friday that Iraq might halt oil exports unless the United Nations agrees to bill purchasers in euros rather than dollars.
Iraq on Friday urged Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat not to meet with US President Bill Clinton, whom it accused of wanting to harm the upcoming Isla
October 26, 2000
Technicians have begun working to convert Iraqi military planes into civilian aircraft ahead of resuming international and domestic services.
Russia's Vnukovo Airlines said it would organize a humanitarian flight to Baghdad on Friday.
There is a "serious possibility" that Iraqi oil exports could be halted next week over Baghdad's demand that buyers pay in euros from November 1.
The price of oil spiked upwards again towards 32 dollars a barrel on Thursday following a report that Iraq could soon halt crude deliveries because of
French Foreign Minister Hubert Vedrine said that there can be no forward movement on the Iraqi impasse until the government accepts the implementation
The first Spanish delegation to fly into Saddam International Airport in the campaign to end an air embargo on Iraq met Iraqi officials on Thursday.
The U.N. sanctions committee on Iraq is scheduled to meet on October 30th to consider Baghdad’s request that its customers under the oil-for-food program pay for their crude in Euros instead of dollar
October 25, 2000
The United Nations said that Iraq has sold more than 36.2 billion dollars worth of crude oil, or more than 2.1 billion barrels, since the beginning of
The Pentagon said that a movement of Republican Guard troops into the desert west of Baghdad appearrd to be related to the Iraqi military's annual tra
A delegation of Arab trade unionists is set to fly to Baghdad from Damascus on Thursday in an act of solidarity against the decade-old UN sanctions ag