December 17, 2000
An Iraqi opposition coalition said Sunday it would work with the new US administration of president-elect George W. Bush and his Gulf War team to over
Saybolt International, the firm monitoring Iraqi exports for the United Nations, reported on Friday that Iraq continues to load crude tankers at the Persian port of Mina al-Bakr.
Iraq on Friday rejected UN claims that the world oil market had lost faith in it as a reliable crude supplier after Baghdad halted exports for more than a week in a price row with the United Nations.
December 15, 2000
Iraq on Friday rejected UN claims that the world oil market had lost faith in it as a reliable crude supplier after Baghdad halted exports for more th
An Iberian airlines plane chartered by a group protesting against the UN embargo on Iraq will make the first flight from Madrid to Baghdad in a decade
Iraq said Friday US president-elect George W. Bush would try to dupe the Arab world over the Middle East peace process and that the only way forward f
December 14, 2000
Iraq is keen to acquire Malaysian national car Proton under the next phase of its oil-for-food program.
A Royal Jordanian airline flight left Amman Thursday for Baghdad, carrying 150 doctors, pharmacists and engineers on the fourth humanitarian flight to
Uday Saddam Hussein, the powerful eldest son of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, has been unanimously reelected head of the Iraqi Olympic Committee.
The price of oil opened below 26 dollars a barrel in London on Thursday for the first time for seven months after Iraq began shipping oil after a brea
Iraq appeared to have ended a 12-day export stoppage on December 13th as Moscow blocked an effort by the UN sanctions committee to publicly reprimand Baghdad for its demand that customers pay a 40-cen
December 13, 2000
Oil prices slipped further early on Wednesday in very thin trading as the market digested rumors that Iraq had begun loading oil for export, after a 1
Three would-be assassins are still at large in a \"neighboring country\" four years after an attack on President Saddam Hussein\'s eldest son.
Iraqi oil exports under UN supervision were suspended for a 12th day on Tuesday over Baghdad\'s efforts to make clients pay a surcharge outside the control of the United Nations, industry sources said
Iraq on Monday applied the brakes again on the resumption of oil sales under the United Nations oil-for-food programme by insisting on an illegal surcharge.