August 18, 2001
Iraq attacked UN Secretary General Kofi Annan on Saturday for his “powerlessness” to put an end to US-British air raids on the country.
August 17, 2001
The Iraqi Railways Authority has recently begun manufacturing oil-shipping containers. This marks the first time Iraq has manufactured such vessels.
August 16, 2001
The Gulf War inflicted $23 billion in losses on various sectors to Iran, a government official said on Wednesday.
Iraqi anti-aircraft defenses have hit an "enemy" US or British plane conducting raids over northern Iraq, an Iraqi military spokesman said Wednesday.
The 1991 Gulf war cost Iran $23 billion in damage, the deputy minister of agriculture Behzad Ghareh-Yazdi said Wednesday, August 15. "The occupation of Kuwait by Iraq caused $23 million in damage, inc
Iraq wants to develop its cooperation with Japan in order to restore relations to their pre-Gulf war level, Iraqi Parliament Speaker Saadun Hammadi said Wednesday, August 15. "Iraq is ready to restore
August 15, 2001
An Iraqi opposition group claimed on Tuesday that one of Iraqi President’s Saddam Hussein’s advisors, Sadeq Shaaban, had sought asylum in Sweden.
The UN has transferred to Israel $5 million for damages caused by Iraqi Scud missiles during the Gulf War.
The Philippines will seek greater participation in a United Nations-sanctioned oil-for-food program in Iraq, the foreign office in manila said Tuesday, August 14. This will be among the topics tabled
August 14, 2001
US and British warplanes launched a new air raid Tuesday on a surface-to-air missile site in southern Iraq, a Pentagon spokesman said.
Iraqi President Saddam Hussein on Monday replaced Industry and Mines Ministry Adnan Abdul Majid with Deputy Director of Military Manufacturing Corpora
Iraqi Vice President Taha Yassin Ramadan and Syrian Prime Minister Mustafa Miro on Monday signed ten cooperation agreements, officially healing a two-
During the month of July, Iraq’s oil production fell to as low as 1.43 million barrels per day, as a result of frequent power outages that crippled numerous pumping stations across the country.
August 13, 2001
An Iraqi man has reportedly been illegally detained in Pakistan’s central prison, Peshawar, for the last two years.
Hoping to win lucrative contracts for the supply of equipment and expertise that would revive the Iraqi telecom market, international firms keep a close watch for early signs of UN policy change. A Ch