Iraq

December 12, 2000

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Iraqi President Saddam Hussein\'s troops have carried out an incursion into a sector of northern Iraq controlled by the Kurds, opposition groups charg

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The love story in the song performed by the megastar singer Kathem El Saher in ‘Ana Wa Layla,’ will become a story for all to see on the small screen.

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Iraq is expected to hold onto a premium for its oil sales when it resumes crude exports, the Middle East Economic Survey (MEES) said Monday, adding that tankers were ready for liftings suspended since

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Iraq has accepted the renewal of the UN oil-for-food accord for another six months, clearing the way for a resumption of crude exports suspended since December 1, the official news agency INA announce

December 11, 2000

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Renovation work has begun on Baghdad airport\'s second runway, in order to increase traffic capacity.

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Iraq has accepted the renewal of the UN oil-for-food accord for another six months, clearing the way for a resumption of crude exports suspended since

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The French group Alcatel is to install a telecomm station in Iraq next year in a UN-approved contract worth seven million dollars.

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Iraq on Sunday kept up criticism of a UN oil-for-food programme ahead of its expected resumption of oil exports which have been suspended since December 1.

December 10, 2000

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Iraq on Sunday kept up criticism of a UN oil-for-food program ahead of its expected resumption of oil exports which have been suspended since December

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An official Iraqi newspaper on Sunday criticized France for its stand on the decade-old embargo on Baghdad and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, charg

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The Iraqi leadership on Saturday hinted it would resume crude exports under the UN oil-for-food programme, while criticizing the Security Council\'s renewal of the four-year-old deal. It also said Ira

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Beirut and Damascus agreed Friday to repair a pipeline as soon as possible to allow Lebanon to take advantage of Iraqi oil in the 'oil for food' programme, after an agreement with Baghdad which should

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The Iraqi leadership on Saturday hinted it would resume crude exports under the UN oil-for-food programme, while criticizing the Security Council\'s renewal of the four-year-old deal.

December 8, 2000

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The United Nations said Friday that its oil overseers had resolved a disagreement with Iraq which led Baghdad to cut off exports of 2.4 million barrel

December 7, 2000

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Three Iraqis were wounded Thursday in US and British air attacks on civilian targets in southern Iraq, an Iraqi a military spokesman has said.