August 8, 2000
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
Iraq's official newspapers warn Kuwait not to forget the lesson of its 1990 invasion.
Iraqi Opposition group says Iraq has executed seven computer experts after they imported a computer system that was wired up to send data to the Unite
August 4, 2000
Iraq slams what it called US "blackmail" against Indonesia over the wave of religious violence in the country with the world's largest Muslim populati
Iraq and Syria face the threat of a water crisis if Turkey refuses to cut a fair deal on sharing the waters of the Euphrates and Tigris rivers, says a
August 3, 2000
A senior military official denies Baghdad was holding any Kuwaiti prisoners-of-war and accuses Kuwait of exploiting the issue to ensure the decade-old
Iraq has derided statements by the Pentagon that Baghdad remains contained and is no longer a threat to neighbors.
Former UN chief arms inspector says Iraq's refusal to dismantle its weapons of mass destruction has created a crisis for the United Nations Security C
A claim by an Iraqi official that import contracts worth 10 billion dollars had been blocked under the UN's Oil-for-Food program appears to contradict
(Jordan Times) — Iraq is preparing to switch its trade back to Jordan's Red Sea port of Aqaba, a top Iraqi industrial official said, quoted in Tuesday's Jordanian newspapers.