July 18, 2000
Iraq contested Tuesday the accord between Kuwait and Saudi Arabia that maps out their maritime border in the Gulf, saying it did not take into conside
(MEBG) - Iraq’s new model for upstream oil development deals provides her a tighter grip on its oil assets, while not scaring off potential foreign investors.
( MEBG) - U.S. officials say that in therecent months Iraq has been using an obscure Iranian island in the Persian Gulf as a transfer point, in an operation that has increased its oil revenues from sm
July 17, 2000
Former executive director of UN weapons body, Richard Butler, said Monday that Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Tariq Aziz had told him that his country ha
July 16, 2000
The United Nations has withdrawn all its international observers in southern Iraq for security reasons, but its work will continue with Iraqi staffers
Iraq is using an obscure Iranian island in the Persian Gulf as a transfer point in an operation that has substantially increased revenues from oil smu
July 15, 2000
Famous Iraqi singer Sadoun Jaber has climbed back to the top of the music charts after singing lyrics written by Iraqi poet Muthafar Al Nuwab.
Iraq's growing links with the outside world rather than a decision of the UN Security Council will sweep away the decade-old sanctions, Vice President
July 14, 2000
A group of US activists are to experience life under UN sanctions at first hand, living with Iraqi families for two months, the team leader said Satur
July 12, 2000
A six-member US "peace team" drove off to Iraq on Wednesday for a two-month stay in the southern city of Basra in solidarity with the sanctions-hit pe
Iraq currently is building 10 mobile refineries, with capacity of 10,000 barrels per day.
July 10, 2000
The Iraqi government has adopted a series of measures to tackle the housing crisis arising from the decade-old sanctions, newspapers reported Saturday
July 9, 2000
Malaysia's business community has been urged recently to importune the export and investment opportunities available in Iraq under the oil for food program initiated by the United Nations.
Iraq has decided not to sign further upstream deals with foreign oil firms unless they are prepared to implement projects on the ground immediately.
The first of six new Iraqi refineries will come on stream later this month, reported the official Iraqi newspaper, Al-Qadissiya, quoting Industry Minister Adnan Abdul-Majeed Jassim.