August 12, 2000
Iraq says it fired ground-to-air missiles at US and British military planes, flying over the north and south of the country, forcing them to flee.
August 11, 2000
The Venzuelan President has ended a controversial visit to Iraq in the first meeting by a head of state with Iraqi President Saddam Hussein since the
August 10, 2000
Iraqi Agriculture Minister Abdel-Ilah Saleh calls on the United Nations to resume the sending of agricultural aid to alleviate the drought affecting t
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Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez on Thursday was to become the first head of state to visit Iraq since the Gulf War as part of his high-profile and controversial tour of fellow OPEC nations.
Iraqi calls on the United Nations to resume the sending of agricultural aid to alleviate the drought affecting the country.
August 9, 2000
Iraq has exported more than $31 billion dollars worth of crude oil since 1996 under the United Nations "oil for food" program that allows Iraq to sell oil for humanitarian supplies, the world body sai
August 8, 2000
Sanctions-hit Iraq is holding negotiations with a foreign company for the purchase of new civilian passenger aircraft.
Iraqi Trade Minister Mohammed Mehdi Saleh and Syrian Economy Minister Mohammad Imadi met here Saturday to study ways to develop economic and commercial relations between the two countries.
Iraq's oil output and exports are set to jump in August after a slump over the previous two months.
August 7, 2000
Iran intercepted and seized a ship carrying 800 tonnes of contraband Iraqi oil through Iranian territorial waters, the official IRNA news agency announced Sunday. It said the ship was registered in Be
August 6, 2000
The spirit of the anti-Vietnam War movement revisited the US capital Sunday as thousands of Americans, singing old anti-war songs, gathered in front o
August 5, 2000
Iraq blames Iran for the inability of more than 500 Iranian pilgrims to cross the border into Iraq earlier this week to visit Shiite Muslim shrines
A shooting incident inside a UN compound in Baghdad last month was apparently designed to draw the world’s attention to the deepening plight of the Ir
A Kuwaiti newspaper has charged that Iraq is building underground tunnels for top secret research believed to be linked to its banned weapons programs