April 30, 2001
The Iraqi popular singer Kathem al-Saher has said that he does not accept to offer concerts any more unless they are international in nature.
April 29, 2001
Iraq tested a bomb in 1987 that cast a radioactive cloud in the open air and was designed to cause vomiting, cancer, birth defects and slow death, acc
Iraq and Belarus are to sign an accord on direct air links between Baghdad and Minsk, Deputy Prime Minister Vladimir Zametalin said in Baghdad Friday, April 27. "My visit to Iraq will be the occasion
April 28, 2001
Iranian security forces have destroyed all bases of the outlawed group Mujahedeen Khalq in next-door Iraq, said Iran's Interior Minister Ali Younessi.
April 25, 2001
Iraq and Russia are negotiating for Baghdad's purchase of a space-based communications system as well as a satellite.
The Jordanian government has called on the Iraqi authorities to open an inquiry into the armed robbery of the kingdom's ambassador to Baghdad, Hamoud
The British police said Wednesday that they are investigating allegations of war crimes against Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.
The US State Department has urged American oil companies to shun Iraqi crude imports that are "tainted" by illegal surcharges paid to Baghdad by middlemen, the Middle East Economic Survey (MEES) said
April 24, 2001
The Iraqi Trade Ministry decided Monday to add four more days to the Baghdad International Exhibition in November, meaning that the event will now run
April 23, 2001
The US Fifth Fleet denied Friday that an Iraqi sanctions-busting tanker had been fired upon, causing it to spill oil in the Gulf waters by the United Arab Emirates near the site of a major oil slick l
April 22, 2001
Russian space company Alfa Eco plans to join forces with the Intersputnik international space communication firm to launch Iraqi communication satellites, the Interfax news agency reported, quoting
Following France and Russia, Egypt is Iraq’s the third largest trading partner, reported the Iraqi minister of trade, Mohammad Mahdi Salah, speaking at a trade exhibition of Egyptian products in Baghd
April 20, 2001
The death toll from the wave of Iranian missile strikes on Iraqi territory has risen to six, with more than 36 others wounded.
April 19, 2001
Iraq has announced it has shot down an Iranian surveillance plane near Mendali, 400 kilometers (250 miles) northeast of Baghdad.
Saudi Interior Minister Nayef Ben Adel Aziz met in Tehran Tuesday night with exiled-Iraqi Shiite opposition leader, Ayatollah Mohammad Baqir al-Hakim,