May 15, 2001
Two Russian organizations have announced that they will be cooperating in launching communication satellites and developing the telecom system in Iraq.
May 14, 2001
Iraqi superstar Kazem Saher has bucked the depression caused by losing the only copy of his new album, and fans will be glad to know that he has completed a new disc
May 13, 2001
Following a request by the government of Iraq, the Jordanian ministry of industry and commerce began inspecting local firms that export to Iraq.
May 10, 2001
The Palestinian Authority expects Iraq to make good on its promise to grant nearly one billion euros to the Palestinians to continue their war against
Jordan is expected to resume regular commercial flights to Iraq within one month, after concluding the “necessary arrangements.”
Britain said on Thursday it had no plans to alter warplane patrols over Iraqi no-fly zones despite recommendations by US military commanders to reduce
May 9, 2001
Tylos Ferry, a shipping company based in Bahrain, will launch a passenger service in June between the Indian ports of Mumbai and Cochin, and several Gulf ports, targeting the expatriate Indian communi
NEW YORK, (Reuters) - Iraqi oil exports were steady at 2.06 million barrels per day (bpd) in the week to May 4, the United Nations said Tuesday, May 8. This brings the four-week average for Iraqi cru
May 8, 2001
Turkish police have arrested 65 people for attempting to enter Turkey via Greece.
Iran's customs officials in the northwestern Mahabad city have destroyed some 14 tons of contraband Iraqi dry milk.
May 7, 2001
The Iraqi singer Kathem Al Saher has left for Paris to put his final touches on the new Iraqi national anthem, a project he has been working on in complete privacy
May 6, 2001
The Saudi millionaire, Prince Al-Waleed Bin Talal, recently announced in Riyadh that he had rejected an invitation to meet the son of the Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, Oudai, to discuss investment p
President Saddam Hussein called for domestic manufacture of key oil-production equipment to improve crude output by the dilapidated industry, the state news agency INA said on Saturday, May 5.
May 5, 2001
Syrian Prime Minister Mustafa Miro will pay an official visit to Baghdad in the near future, reported the London- based daily Al Hayat.
Iraq warned neighbors on Saturday, May 5, not to cooperate with US-sponsored "smart sanctions" — a tighter arms embargo coupled with relaxed controls on civilian good imports — or they would lose trad