November 21, 2000
Fifty Iraqis have been handed prison sentences ranging from five years to life for illegally using international telephone lines belonging to other citizens.
November 20, 2000
Thousands of Iraqis paraded through the center of Baghdad Monday to demonstrate their readiness to take part in a jihad or holy war against Israel.
Iraqi Kurdistan has enjoyed several months of relative calm due to a thaw in relations between the two feuding factions which control the region.
Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Tarek Aziq said the time is right for Iraq, Lebanon, Syria and Jordan to forge closer economic ties and benefit from their
Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov, who has called for new security arrangements for the Gulf including Iraq, met Saudi King Fahd at the end of a Mi
Iraqi Foreign Minister Muhammad Sa'id al-Sahaf stated last week, after talking with UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan in Doha on the sidelines of the Organization of the Islamic Conference summit, that
Iraqi Foreign Minister Muhammad Sa'id al-Sahaf said on 13 November after talking with UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan in Doha (on the sidelines of the Organization of the Islamic Conference summit) th
November 19, 2000
An international motor show opened in the Iraqi capital Sunday for the first time in 10 years, with manufacturers from six countries taking part.
US Energy Secretary Bill Richardson on Sunday played down the consequences of any halt in Iraqi crude production, saying Gulf states would make up any
November 18, 2000
The Iraqi opposition has started a course in "war crimes training" as part of preparations to put on trial President Saddam Hussein and his government
Iraqi President Saddam Hussein has called for Egypt and Jordan to break ties with Israel regardless of their peace treaties with the Jewish state.
November 17, 2000
Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Tareq Aziz will travel to Moscow later this month to discuss ending international sanctions against Baghdad, Interfax repo
November 16, 2000
US warplanes bombed northern Iraq Thursday after coming under Iraqi fire during routine patrols over the no-fly zone in the region.
The Iraqi News Agency (INA) said that US Defense Secretary William Cohen's tour of the Middle East that began Thursday is aimed at breaking regional s
Six people have been killed and 17 others wounded in a bomb attack on a cafe in the city of Arbil, in Kurdish-populated northern Iraq.