Iraq

February 13, 2001

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When Kuwait stages its 10-year celebration of the victory over Saddam Husain this month, most of the original cast will be on hand.

February 12, 2001

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Iraq's Foreign Minister Mohammad Said al-Sahhaf said Sunday that he made a trip to Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand to boost bilateral trade ties despite the UN sanctions regime imposed on Baghdad in

February 11, 2001

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The U.S. has asked the U.N. sanctions committee to discuss means of preventing Baghdad from demanding illegal surcharges on its oil exports, diplomats said on February 9th. U.S. envoy James Cunningham

February 8, 2001

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Jordan and Iraq have failed to reach a free trade agreement (FTA), says a press report, but the two parties agreed on the outlines of the deal, accord

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The South Korean firm Hyundai faces a blanket boycott in Iraq if it did not pay back the UN's award of almost $30 million in damages for the 1991 Gulf War, an Iraqi newspaper warned Tuesday.

February 7, 2001

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Direct flights between Baghdad and Cairo international airports will be resumed Tuesday for the first time since UN sanctions, which were imposed on I

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Iraqi President Saddam Hussein has ordered the formation of an army \"to liberate Jerusalem\" from Israeli occupation, a senior Iraqi official announc

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The US market is snapping up most of Iraq\'s UN-authorized oil exports while European and Asian end-users are shying away from Iraqi crude, the Middle East Economic Survey (<i> MEES </i>) reported on

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The U.N. sanctions committee approved Iraq’s proposed price revisions for February crude shipments, U.N. officials said on February 6th.

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While most of the European and Asian end-users are shying away from Iraqi crude at the moment, this is not the case with US refiners, who are buying the overwhelming majority of Iraqi oil exports, MEE

February 6, 2001

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Naval policing has managed to keep in check Iraqi oil smuggling through Gulf waters on \"rustbucket and unseaworthy\" tankers, British officials said Monday.

February 5, 2001

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Iraq\'s leading newspaper on Sunday contested the UN\'s award of almost $30 million to the South Korean firm Hyundai in damages for the 1991 Gulf War.

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Iraqi Trade Minister said Sunday his country was seeking to increase trade links with Jordan to speed up the process of setting up a free trade zone between the two countries, similar to that existing

February 4, 2001

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The Iraqi cabinet Thursday ratified a free trade agreement signed the day before between Iraq and Syria, the official Iraqi news agency said.

February 3, 2001

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Iraq\'s deputy foreign minister defended Friday the fact that the country\'s interior minister had shaken hands with his Saudi counterpart earlier thi