Iraq

December 24, 2000

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Iraq continued its oil exports Friday with a loaded tanker pulling out from the southern port of Mina al-Bakr.

December 23, 2000

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A plane carrying a group of Syrian lawyers, which landed in Baghdad Saturday, became the latest in a long line of flights arriving in the Iraqi capita

December 22, 2000

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More cracks showed in the United Nation\'s embargo on flights to Iraq Friday with the arrival of a Chinese plane carrying a 69-person government deleg

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An Iraqi civilian was killed and two wounded Friday in air raids by US and British fighters over southern Iraq.

December 21, 2000

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A London-based Iraqi paper claims that Iraqi President Saddam Hussein has ordered the execution of a group of senior Iraqi army officers from the city

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The official press urged the next US administration Thursday to work out a new \"realistic\" policy to deal with Iraq.

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Defence Minister General Sultan Hashem Ahmad said that Iraqi armed forces are prepared for war against the United States and Britain.

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UN Secretary General Kofi Annan today urged Iraq to cooperate with the UN official responsible for dealing with the fate of Kuwaiti citizens and natio

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Iraqi crude customers indicated on December 20th that Baghdad has again demanded a surcharge to be paid into an account outside U.N. control, just one day after the U.N. sent notification to buyers or

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Iraqi’s military industries appear to be diversifying their activity by appealing to the private sector.

December 20, 2000

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A Belarussian official flows into Baghdad and pledges to start regular flights between his country and Iraq despite the longstanding international air

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A group of 24 Iranians and Iraqis who had been trying to slip into Australia by boat has been found stranded on the small Indonesian island of Jemur,

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The Iraqi government said Tuesday that Turkey\'s extension of Operation Northern Watch, which patrols the no-fly zone in northern Iraq, threatened bil

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U.N. oil overseers notified Iraqi crude customers by telex on December 19th not to pay a surcharge into a separate account outside U.N. control as Baghdad had demanded.

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Iraq exported three million barrels of oil worth $60 million from the Gulf port of Mina al-Bakr last week following resumption of sales under the United Nations "oil-for-food" program, the UN said Tue