December 19, 2000
A defiant Iraq shrugged off an early warning from US secretary of state-designate Colin Powell that Saddam Hussein\'s days were numbered, as president-elect George W. Bush reassembles his father\'s Gu
The U.N. oil overseers opposed on December 18th an Iraqi request for an 80-cent-a-barrel cut in its crude prices for European markets during the latter part of December.
December 18, 2000
President Saddam Hussein has opened his palaces to the Iraqi people to take the \"iftar\" meal which breaks the daily dawn-to-dusk fast during the Mus
A Russian envoy held talks in Baghdad Monday with Iraq\'s Deputy Prime Minister Tareq Aziz on efforts to lift the decade-old UN embargo on Baghdad.
An Iraqi government newspaper on Monday branded the US secretary of state-designate, retired General Colin Powell, as a \"war criminal\" and said his
Russia is working \"seriously\" for a lifting of the UN sanctions in force against Iraq since 1990, a Russian envoy said during talks in Baghdad Saturday.
December 17, 2000
Turkey\'s parliament on Sunday extended the mandate of US and British planes to patrol a no-fly zone in northern Iraq, despite Iraqi calls on Ankara t
An Iraqi military official on Sunday shrugged off a warning from US secretary of state-designate Colin Powell that President Saddam Hussein\'s rule wa
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.