August 26, 2000
Germany's intelligence agency confirms a report that it had discovered the location of a secret Iraqi missile factory near Baghdad.
August 23, 2000
A dispute pitting the United States against Russia and France over Iraqi reparations to a Kuwaiti oil company has for the first time stymied the work
Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister Tareq Aziz stresses that Baghdad will not cooperate with the new UN arms control body, UNMOVIC, despite pressure from Was
The Saudi market is one of the fastest expanding pharmaceutical markets in the Arab world, with a growth rate estimated at 10 percent per annum, and with local per capita spending amounting to $55.70.
August 22, 2000
The UN's new Iraqi arms control body has recruited and trained enough inspectors to form an advance team should Iraq agree to let the United Nations r
August 21, 2000
Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister Taha Yassin Ramadan has blasted the United States, describing Americans as "mercenaries" carrying out attacks on Iraq on
Russian plane flew out from Baghdad airport for Moscow Sunday on the return leg of a round trip to embargo-hit Iraq that was not authorised by the United Nations.
An official Russian delegation held talks here Sunday with the under-secretary of Iraq's oil ministry, Fayez Shahin, about prospects for Russian companies in developing Iraq's energy resources, the of
August 20, 2000
A German airplane has landed at Baghdad's Saddam International Airport Sunday to pick up a sick Swedish citizen.
Baghdad\'s Saddam International Airport officially reopened Thursday, 10 years after it was closed because of sanctions imposed on Iraq following its 1990 invasion of Kuwait. An Iraqi military transpo
August 19, 2000
A Russian airplane becomes the first foreign flight to land at Baghdad's international airport after the facility was reopened following a 10-year hia
Russian Emergencies Minister Sergei Shoygu has cancelled a visit he was due to make to Iraq Saturday because of the situation on board the Russian nuc
Iraqi products are set to be displayed at an exhibition in Beirut in mid-September, despite the UN embargo on trade with Iraq.
A UN human rights panel appeals for the lifting of some sanctions against Iraq, urging governments and Iraq to "alleviate the suffering."
August 18, 2000
An Iraqi Kurdish group says that Turkish warplanes have killed 38 civilians in a strike on a camp of Kurdish herdsmen in Iraq.