Iraq

December 17, 2000

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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

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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.

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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

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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

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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

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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

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Iraq is keen to acquire Malaysian national car Proton under the next phase of its oil-for-food program.

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A Royal Jordanian airline flight left Amman Thursday for Baghdad, carrying 150 doctors, pharmacists and engineers on the fourth humanitarian flight to

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Uday Saddam Hussein, the powerful eldest son of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, has been unanimously reelected head of the Iraqi Olympic Committee.

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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

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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

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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

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Three would-be assassins are still at large in a \"neighboring country\" four years after an attack on President Saddam Hussein\'s eldest son.

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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

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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.