May 31, 2001
A US federal judge has ordered the government of Iraq to pay nearly $13 million in damages to four Americans who were jailed in Baghdad for alleged bo
The foreign ministers of Britain, France, Russia and the United States talked about UN sanctions against Iraq in Budapest on Tuesday, May 29 and a senior US official did not rule out an extension of t
An Iraqi delegation has informed the Khartsyzsk Pipe Mill in the Ukraine of its government’s readiness to buy the entire output of factory.
May 30, 2001
Iraqi President Saddam Hussein removed Tuesday a deputy prime minister from his government and appointed an acting interior minister amid recent chang
The foreign ministers of Britain, France, Russia and the United States discussed UN sanctions against Iraq in Budapest on Tuesday. A senior US officia
May 29, 2001
India will never back the sanctions imposed on Iraq, Minister of External Affairs Jaswant Singh has announced.
Foreign ministers from the United States, Russia, Britain and France were on Tuesday attempting to break the deadlock on US-British Iraqi sanctions pr
Iraqi President Saddam Hussein issued Monday a decree dismissing Interior Minister Mohammad Zamam Abdul Razzaq without naming his successor.
May 28, 2001
An Iraqi who held UN employees hostage last year was sentenced to more than 10 years in prison for attempted murder Monday.
A tragic novel of loveless marriage, rape and death is causing a stir in Iraq and at the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), which suspects that its
May 24, 2001
Iraq sees little chance of success for a proposed new British-US plan for sanctions against Baghdad, even if the UN Security Council adopts it.
May 23, 2001
Jordanian Foreign Minister Abdul-Ilah Al Khatib will arrive in Ankara on Thursday for a one-day official visit for consultations with Turkish leaders
Britain and Russia are advancing competing resolutions on how the UN Security Council should proceed with sanctions against Iraq.
Several Syrian ministerial commissions are preparing for an upcoming meeting of the Syrian-Iraqi Joint Committee in Baghdad, marking the first high-ranking Syrian visit to the country in over 20 years
Lawmakers plan to introduce legislation on Wednesday, May 23, to extend unilateral economic sanctions against Iran and Libya for another five years, amid a growing sense in Washington the penalties wi