December 25, 2000
Syrian Irrigation Minister Taha al-Atrash is expected in Iraq soon to seal an accord on sharing the waters of the Euphrates river.
December 24, 2000
A report said that Iraqi President Saddam Hussein has asked his scientists to resume their work on building an atomic bomb.
A Byelorussian delegation headed by Deputy Prime Minister Vladimir Zametalin discussed "possibilities of bilateral cooperation" with Iraqi officials, the official <i>INA</i> agency reported.
Iraq continued its oil exports Friday with a loaded tanker pulling out from the southern port of Mina al-Bakr.
December 23, 2000
A plane carrying a group of Syrian lawyers, which landed in Baghdad Saturday, became the latest in a long line of flights arriving in the Iraqi capita
December 22, 2000
More cracks showed in the United Nation\'s embargo on flights to Iraq Friday with the arrival of a Chinese plane carrying a 69-person government deleg
An Iraqi civilian was killed and two wounded Friday in air raids by US and British fighters over southern Iraq.
December 21, 2000
A London-based Iraqi paper claims that Iraqi President Saddam Hussein has ordered the execution of a group of senior Iraqi army officers from the city
The official press urged the next US administration Thursday to work out a new \"realistic\" policy to deal with Iraq.
Defence Minister General Sultan Hashem Ahmad said that Iraqi armed forces are prepared for war against the United States and Britain.
UN Secretary General Kofi Annan today urged Iraq to cooperate with the UN official responsible for dealing with the fate of Kuwaiti citizens and natio
Iraqi crude customers indicated on December 20th that Baghdad has again demanded a surcharge to be paid into an account outside U.N. control, just one day after the U.N. sent notification to buyers or
Iraqi’s military industries appear to be diversifying their activity by appealing to the private sector.
December 20, 2000
A Belarussian official flows into Baghdad and pledges to start regular flights between his country and Iraq despite the longstanding international air
A group of 24 Iranians and Iraqis who had been trying to slip into Australia by boat has been found stranded on the small Indonesian island of Jemur,