August 28, 2001
Yemen's Foreign Minister Abu Bakr Al Kurbi on Monday highlighted the “deep relations tying Kuwait and Yemen,” while expressing hope for “further and t
Baghdad said on Monday that an Iraqi civilian was killed and three others wounded in US-British attacks in northern Iraq.
August 27, 2001
Iraqi anti-aircraft forces shot down a US spy plane Monday in the region of the southern port city of Basra. The Pentagon admitted it lost a plane in
An Egyptian human rights center has claimed in a report that Iraqi government policies are behind the "humiliation and suffering" of people in the Gul
Iraq said its anti-aircraft forces shot down a US spy plane on Monday over the southern port city of Basra.
Yemeni Foreign Minister Abu Bakr Al Kurbi arrived in Kuwait Sunday for talks on his country's mediation efforts in the dispute between the emirate and
Iraq said Sunday that an armed Saudi national was killed in a clash between Iraqi border guards and an armed Saudi group that had “infiltrated Iraqi t
Iraq has received only $13 billion out of a possible $47 billion generated through oil revenues in a UN-supervised humanitarian program, Oil Minister Mohammad Mehdi Saleh said Thursday. The United Na
August 26, 2001
Iraqi Transport Minister Ahmad Murtada has demanded that Amman hand over six of its commercial airliners, which have been grounded in Jordan since the
An Iraqi civilian was wounded when US and British warplanes attacked a radar station in southern Iraq on Saturday.
Libya and Iraq intend to start regular flights between Tripoli and Baghdad, a Libyan official said after a Libyan aircraft landed in Baghdad in defiance of a UN embargo. "The arrival in Iraq of a Liby
Jordanian ministers will travel to Iraq on Friday, August 24, for a mission to build on bilateral trade agreements, Prime Minister Ali Abu Raghib said. "The delegation will seek to implement the accor
President Fernando Henrique Cardoso has ordered Brazil's embassy in Baghdad reopened in a bid to normalize diplomatic relations with Iraq, the Foreign Ministry said Friday, August 24. "With this step
Britain has temporarily lifted an objection which prevented the UN from setting an official price for Iraqi oil, allowing sales to resume under normal conditions until the end of August, diplomats sai
Iraqi Transport Minister Ahmad Murtada demanded Saturday, August 25, that Amman hand over six of its commercial airliners grounded in Jordan since the 1991 Gulf war. "Iraq demands the restitution of t