June 10, 2001
Iraq no longer considers itself bound by the oil-for-food program after the UN renewed the humanitarian program for only one month as opposed to its customary six-month renewal, an Iraqi foreign minis
June 9, 2001
According to an analysis by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), Iraq’s decision to halt oil exports adds a new element of risk to current oil price
Turkish Foreign Minister Ismail Cem has said that Turkey will open a second border crossing with Iraq, a sign of easing relations viewed with some con
Pakistan will export 100,000 tons of wheat to Iraq. The first consignment, consisting of 32,000 tons, will be dispatched to Basra next week.
Foreign ministers of the 15-nation European Union will examine the latest developments regarding Iraq when they meet in Luxembourg next Friday for the
Retired artist and current producer Huda Ramzi has convinced singers Kathem Al Saher and Nawal Al Zughbi to debut in the romantic film Zeedini Eshkan
June 8, 2001
Iraqi President Saddam Hussein repeated Thursday a plea to Russia to block the adoption of revised UN sanctions against his country.
June 7, 2001
Russia and Iraq on Wednesday signed an emergency prevention agreement that includes the exchange of experts and specialist training.
Iraq and Oman on Wednesday signed an agreement to boost trade ties during a visit by Oman's trade minister to Baghdad, the first by an Omani official
Iraq categorically denied Wednesday that it launched a border attack last month on Saudi Arabia, as Riyadh had alleged in a complaint to the United Na
June 6, 2001
The prospect of boosting oil output to make up for the loss of exports from Iraq was postponed for a month on Tuesday when the Organization of the Pet
June 5, 2001
Russian Emergencies Minister Sergey Shoyqu visits Iraq Tuesday for talks with President Saddam Hussein and other senior Iraqi officials on bilateral a
Oman's Commerce and Industry Minister Maqbool bin Ali bin Sultan arrived in Baghdad on Monday for the first visit to Iraq by a member of the sultanate
US Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said in Turkey Monday that US and British pilots guarding the no-fly zones in north and south Iraq were in danger
Iraq on Monday rejected charges from Gulf Arab foreign ministers that Baghdad posed a threat to its neighbors, saying the opposite was the truth.