January 6, 2001
Britain on Friday hit back at claims that the international trade embargo on Iraq is hurting innocent Iraqis, saying it was up to Baghdad to get the s
January 5, 2001
Turkey has appointed an ambassador to Iraq for the first time since the Gulf War and the envoy is expected to take office next week.
January 4, 2001
The ruling Baath party said Thursday that the United Nations must take Iraq\'s \"legitimate\" grievances into account when the two sides embark on a p
A London-based Arabic newspaper reported on Thursday that two Iraqi army generals, including an officer involved in the July 1968 coup that brought Pr
A dialogue between Iraq and the U.N. concerning the resumption of weapons inspections in Baghdad could be delayed until February, a U.N. spokesman said on January 3rd.
Iraq exported a total of 12.9 million barrels of oil under UN supervision in the second half of December, the office administering the oil-for-food program said Wednesday.
January 3, 2001
Iraqi opposition groups in exile in London could not agree on Wednesday on whether to believe unconfirmed reports that Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein h
Iraq\'s deputy trade minister Fakhri Rishan is currently on an official visit in Iran, due to meet Iranian Trade Minister Mohammad Shariatmadari.
Iraq\'s Information Ministry denied Wednesday reports that President Saddam Hussein had suffered a \"severe stroke.\"
Iraqi President Saddam Hussein has suffered a severe stroke.
Iraq\'s switch from dollars to euros for pricing its foreign transactions was the economic highpoint of 2000, according to a poll of economists published Tuesday. According to those polled, the move a
Iraq resumed the export of oil through the port of Ceyhan in southern Turkey on Saturday following renewal by the United Nations of the oil for food programme last month, a spokeswoman for the Turkish
The decade-old sanctions regime imposed on Iraq by the UN after its invasion of Kuwait could be lifted in 2001, an official Iraqi newspaper said Monday. \"The new year will see, God willing, the lifti
January 2, 2001
Iraq\'s switch from dollars to Euros for pricing its foreign transactions was the economic highpoint of 2000, according to a poll of economists publis
Iraq resumed the export of oil through the port of Ceyhan in southern Turkey on Saturday following renewal by the United Nations of the oil for food p