July 28, 2000
Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Moussa called Friday for an end to the "unacceptable and illogical" international embargo in place against Iraq since it
July 27, 2000
Turkey is allowing "Zionist spies" to enter the Kurdish areas of northern Iraq, which lie out of the control of Baghdad, an official Iraqi newspaper r
Iraq has accused the United States and Britain of blocking imports of electrical equipment essential for the rebuilding of the sanctions-hit country's
Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and his Yugoslav counterpart Slobodan Milosevic are hoping for a "strategic cooperation" between the two sanctions-hit
July 26, 2000
Iraq fired surface-to-air missiles at American and British warplanes overflying the north of the country Wednesday and forced them to flee, according
Vice President Taha Yassin Ramadan said Wednesday that Iraq plans to review the UN oil-for-food accord, charging that it steals the money of the sanct
(AFP, BAGHDAD) - Baghdad's international airport is undergoing a facelift in preparation for the resumption of flights after 10-year-old sanctions against Iraq are lifted.
July 25, 2000
Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister Tareq Aziz arrived in Moscow Tuesday on a four-day visit for talks which diplomats said would focus on the easing of UN s
Baghdad's international airport is undergoing a facelift in preparation for the resumption of flights after 10-year-old sanctions against Iraq are lif
The southern Wallonia region of Belgium is currently negotiating the sale of 3,000 dairy cows to Iraq.
(AFP, DUBAI) - With 10 years already lost under sanctions since the disastrous invasion of Kuwait, Iraq faces several more bleak decades to come with or without President Saddam Hussein.
July 24, 2000
(AFP, BRUSSELS) - The southern Wallonia region of Belgium is currently negotiating the sale of 3,000 dairy cows to Iraq and plans to export other agricultural products there.
July 23, 2000
An amnesty introduced one year ago in favor of Iraqis who left the country illegally is still open for those wanting to return to the country, a forei
(AFP, BAGHDAD) - Iraq's oil minister condemned Saudi Arabia on Saturday for deciding to increase its output, saying the world's top oil exporter was damaging the interests of fellow OPEC members.
July 22, 2000
Iraq said Saturday it aims to double oil output capacity to six million barrels per day (bpd) "by its own means" if foreign companies opt out because