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Kuwait refuses to take part in the Arab sport tournament
Kuwait has reiterated its rejection to take part in the 9th Arab sport games which Jordan will host on June 12 through 31.
Kuwait-Iraq, Politics, 5/22/1999
UN Security Council extends oil-for-food program
The United Nations Security Council has extended the current phase of the oil-for-food program with Iraq for 180 days, during which Iraq will be able to sell up to $5.26 billion total for the current phase of petroleum and petroleum products.
Iraq-UN, Politics, 5/22/1999
Rubin: US invited Iraqi opposition
US State Department Spokesman James Rubin said yesterday that a delegation of the Iraqi National Congress interim leadership has been invited to visit the United States to "exchange views on how to relieve the suffering of the Iraqi people by promoting the transition to a democratic and pluralistic Iraq at peace with itself and its neighbors."
Iraq-USA, Politics, 5/22/1999
Iraq prepares to deter attempts to topple Saddam Hussein
Iraqi diplomatic sources in Amman have addressed hidden criticism to Jordan and other Arab states due to their stances which were considered by Iraq in line with the US policy which aims at toppling Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's regime.
Iraq, Politics, 5/21/1999
Arab League renews invitation on stopping the American strikes against Iraq
The Arab League criticized the United States and Britain for their continuation of airstrikes against Iraq.
Iraq-Regional-UN, Politics, 5/20/1999
Iraqi authorities criticize UN Security Council
The Iraqi authorities accused the UN Security Council of confiscating Iraqi funds specified for buying humanitarian supplies, and demanded the halt of any sectors paying compensation for the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait in 1990 from the revenues of petroleum payments according to the agreement ratified with the United Nations.
Iraq-UN, Politics, 5/19/1999
Iraqi opposition delegation prepares for meeting with Albright, Berger
A leader of the Iraqi opposition said on Tuesday that a delegation representing the Iraqi opposition will head for Washington next Monday in order to ask for US military protection in the framework of efforts to topple Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 5/19/1999
Iraq suffers medicine shortage
The Iraqi Ministry of Health announced on Monday that it had decided to reduce the shares of medicines provided to patients who receive their medical treatment in accordance with monthly cards, due to the sharp shortage in medicines resulting from obstructing the ratification of contracts Iraq signed in line with the oil-for-food agreement.
Iraq, Health, 5/18/1999
AL denounces Turkish incursion in Iraq
The Arab League has strongly denounced the new incursion carried out by the Turkish armed forces into Iraqi territories.
Iraq-Regional, Politics, 5/18/1999
The Syrian-Iraqi oil pipeline
Syria-Iraq, Economics, 5/18/1999
Gulf states threaten to boycott Arab sports if Iraq participates
The deputy of public head of the Saudi Olympic committee, Prince Sultan Bin Fahd, confirmed that his country will announce its withdrawal from the Arab sport round in Jordan between August 12 - 28 if Iraq is able to take part at any level in this round.
Gulf-Iraq, Sports, 5/17/1999
Turkish army continues invasion of northern Iraq
The Turkish army, since Friday, has continued a new invasion operation against northern Iraq, under the pretext of chasing armed Kurds.
Iraq-Turkey, Politics, 5/17/1999
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