November 26, 2000
Iraq will ask the UN to set aside part of its oil revenue for the Palestinians, the country's president Saddam Hussein said Saturday.
Iraq threatened anew Thursday to halt its UN-authorised oil exports and put the squeeze on the already tight world oil market unless the UN sanctions committee lifted its curbs on Baghdad's import con
A Pakistani effort to improve its foothold in the Iraqi market is appearing to pay off, with news that it has received $102.9 million worth of export tenders from Iraq, as part of the UN-monitored oil
November 25, 2000
Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Tareq Aziz arrived in Damascus by airplane on Saturday, becoming the first Iraqi official to do so in 20 years.
India on Saturday said it would seek Iraqi oil in exchange for food under a United Nations-sponsored program.
The French government on Friday reiterated its support for the UN Oil-for-Food program in Iraq, and said it was working for improvements in its functi
November 24, 2000
Iraqi Vice President Taha Yassin Ramadhan will visit India next week in the highest-level visit from Baghdad in 25 years.
November 23, 2000
Iraq threatened Thursday to halt its UN-authorised oil exports unless the UN sanctions committee lifted its "holds" on Baghdad's import contracts.
U.N. representatives from Iraq and Syria denied on November 22nd reports from November 21st that an Iraqi-Syrian pipeline had reopened the previous week after 18 years of disuse.
Iraq has begun pumping oil through a pipeline to Syria, outside the terms of the United Nations oil-for-food arrangement, in a renewed effort to break UN sanctions. A Syrian oil official said that Ira
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November 22, 2000
Switzerland decided Wednesday to reopen its embassy in Baghdad which was closed a few days before the start of the 1991 Gulf war.
Iraqi said Tuesday that its air defenses "hit" an enemy warplane during flights by American and British bombers over the country's territory.
Iraq will sue Britain, Kuwait and the United States in the World Court for human and material losses caused by the 10-year air embargo and blocked con