December 3, 2000
The United Nations confirmed reports on Friday that Iraq had stopped exporting oil through the only two outlets it is allowed to use under the UN's sanctions regime.
The price of crude oil slipped Friday despite Iraq\'s decision to suspend exports as traders expected the gap would be filled by Saudi Arabia and US emergency reserves if necessary.
Iraq halted oil shipments through the Turkish port of Ceyhan late on Thursday, a spokeswoman for the Turkish state oil and gas company Botas said Friday.
The price of crude drifted higher on Friday morning following Iraq's decision to suspend its exports in the latest escalation of a row with the United Nations over payments and pricing.
Baghdad on Friday accused the UN sanctions committee of blocking exports of Iraqi crude after refusing Iraq's proposal for a new pricing programme for December.
Russia highlighted the pressing need Wednesday to lift UN sanctions against Iraq at a meeting between Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov and visiting Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Tareq Aziz.
December 2, 2000
Iraq and France signed an agreement for the organization of an archeology exhibition in the French city of Lyons in 2002, as a result of bilateral cul
Iraq has turned off the taps and decided to pull out the oil card ahead of a \"comprehensive dialogue\" with the United Nations on the decade-old sanc
The head of the UN\'s Iraqi arms monitoring commission said Friday that he expected to have a roster of 72 trained and qualified inspectors by the end
A French plane carrying humanitarian aid arrived in Baghdad overnight Friday with 110 passengers aboard including French politicians and intellectuals
December 1, 2000
Baghdad on Friday accused the UN sanctions committee of blocking exports of Iraqi crude after refusing Iraq\'s proposal for a new pricing program for
The price of crude oil slipped Friday despite Iraq\'s decision to suspend exports as traders expected the gap would be filled by Saudi Arabia and US e
November 30, 2000
Oil prices were flat in trading in London on Thursday, despite signs that the stand-off between Iraq and the United Nations was coming to a head.
India's Oil and Natural Gas Corp. (ONGC) has won exploration rights to a large oil block in southern Iraq.
An Iraqi military official said Thursday that US and British warplanes have flown beyond the no-fly zones in Iraq to spy on Baghdad's army.