July 15, 2001
Iraq and Turkey have restored regular railway links after a 20-year break with the arrival of a Turkish freight train in Baghdad Saturday.
Iraqi Oil Minister Amer Rashid called on China Friday, July 13, to rally behind Iraq and reject a US-backed British proposal for "smart" sanctions. "We urge China to adopt an active position in the U
Iraqis no longer need visas or prior authority to travel to Syria, Iraqi opposition member Meshaan Juburi said Saturday, July 14. Juburi, also the editor of the weekly Al-Ittijah Al-Akhar published i
Iraq and Turkey have restored regular railway links after a 20-year break with the arrival of a Turkish freight train in Baghdad, the official news agency INA reported Saturday, July 14. The first tr
July 14, 2001
A final draft of the Lebanese-Iraqi trade accord has been submitted for approval to Iraqi authorities.
Iraqi President Saddam Hussein is considering stepping down in September and "leaving" the presidency to his son Qusay, according to the London-based
July 13, 2001
The executive director of the UN-sponsored oil-for-food program Benon Sevan late Thursday rejected accusations made by Iraqi undersecretary for foreig
The Iraqi Free Zones Public Authority is presently evaluating a proposal to connect Iraqi ports in Basra with Syrian ports via a new railway line passing through Al-Kaem Free Trade Zone.
July 12, 2001
An Iraqi dissident group says its guerrillas bombarded President Saddam Hussein's Baghdad palace and other government buildings with rockets early Wed
Oil prices dipped on Tuesday, July 10, after Iraq started pumping oil again after a five-week break that has deprived world markets of over two million barrels of crude a day. Benchmark Brent North S
July 11, 2001
Four explosions rocked the Iraqi capital overnight, damaging residential buildings and other properties. One person was injured as a wall collapsed, a
Iraq started pumping oil to Turkey's Mediterranean port of Ceyhan on Tuesday and was poised to start exports through its Gulf terminal at Mina Al Bakr
Iraq started pumping oil to Turkey's Mediterranean port of Ceyhan Tuesday, July 10, and was poised to start exports through its Gulf terminal at Mina Al-Bakr after a five-week dispute with the United
Iraqi Transport Minister Ahmed Murtada said Tuesday, July 10, that 35 countries intended to resume regular flights to Iraq, which has been under international sanctions since its 1990 invasion of Kuwa
July 10, 2001
Foreign ministers of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) will hold an extraordinary meeting in Jeddah on Wednesday to discuss the uprising in Palestine