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Two Iraqis killed by an explosive charge
Iraq, Local, 3/17/2001
Jordan, Iraq sign financial arrangements minutes of meeting
Jordan and Iraq on Thursday signed a protocol on financial arrangements aiming at revitalizing their bilateral trade protocol.
Iraq-Jordan, Economics, 3/16/2001
Iraq pardons 27 Iranian prisoners
The Iraqi President on Thursday pardoned 27 Iranian prisoners who are hailed under various crimes.
Iraq-Iran, Politics, 3/16/2001
UN sanctions committee decides to compensate Kuwait from the Iraqi oil
The UN sanctions committee which supervises the " oil for food program" has decided to allocate a sum of $ 2.4 billion from the Iraqi oil revenues as compensations for Kuwait and other sides which were damaged from the Gulf war.
Iraq-Kuwait, Politics, 3/16/2001
Iraq human rights report
Iraq, Culture, 3/16/2001
Kuwait does not oppose debating the question of Iraq at the Summit
The Kuwaiti foreign minister Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah who will next week hold a tour on the Arab states said that his country does not oppose discussing the question of Iraq during the coming Arab summit in Amman.
Kuwait-Iraq, Politics, 3/15/2001
Saddam is expected to take part in the Arab summit
In a statement to the London- based al-Hayat daily issued on Wednesday, a high ranking Arab officials said that the Iraqi President Saddam Hussein might surprise the Arab leaders who will meet at Amman's summit on March 27 and 28 by attended this summit..
Iraq-Regional, Politics, 3/15/2001
Moroccan truck firm to deliver Iraq 550 vehicles by end 2001
Morocco's truck-making firm, DAF Industries, has concluded a $ 60 million-worth contract with Iraq for the delivery of 550 trucks by end 2001, reports Moroccan economic daily "L'Economiste."
Morocco-Iraq, Business, 3/14/2001
Moussa, Sahaf exchange views on Amman summit's agenda
Egypt's Foreign Minister Amr Moussa met in Cairo Tuesday with his Iraqi counterpart Mohammed Saeed EL Sahaf. Speaking to the press after the meeting, Sahaf said they exchanged views on outcome of the ll5th session of the Arab League Council.
Egypt-Iraq, Politics, 3/14/2001
On killing of American soldiers in Kuwait
British military sources on March 12 questioned conditions of incidents in which four American soldiers and one soldier for New Zealand and other ten were wounded when an American F18 planes dropped a bomb, mistakenly, on a region where they were positioned to the north of Kuwait during military training, noting the vagueness on this incident.
Iraq-Kuwait, Politics, 3/14/2001
Turkish- Iraqi trade exchange
A Turkish official trade delegation arrived in Baghdad on Tuesday including 400 businessmen representing more than 150 of the major Turkish industrial, trade, foodstuffs, medical, agricultural, electrical and communication companies with the aim of revitalizing economic relations between the two countries.
Iraq-Turkey, Politics, 3/14/2001
Iraqi FM: Sanctions are inhuman, merciless and illegitimate
The Iraqi top diplomat said US secretary of state Colin Powell's statements on the new sanctions on Iraq are meant to deceive the public opinion and ease the growing pressure to lift the ten-year economic sanctions.
Egypt-Iraq, Politics, 3/12/2001
Lebanon resumes diplomatic relations with Iraq
Lebanon-Iraq, Politics, 3/12/2001
Saudi - Kuwaiti attitude toward Iraq attending the Arab summit
Jordanian political sources told the Kuwaiti daily al-Anbaa issued on Saturday in Kuwait that the Saudi foreign minister prince Saud al-Faisal has informed his Jordanian counterpart Abdul Illah al-Khatib that the Gulf Cooperation Council states (GCC) had set a precondition to discuss the issue of Iraq at the forthcoming Arab summit
Iraq-Regional, Politics, 3/12/2001
The Iraqi oil pipe- line and Syria
The London- based Arabic language al-Zamaan issued on Saturday said that a UN team will start a visit to Syria, but no date was fixed for this visit in order to check the Iraqi oil pipe line which crosses the Syrian territories and to check the amounts of oil Iraq pumps into this pipe.
Syria-Iraq, Economics, 3/12/2001
Aziz confers with the speaker of the Cuban parliament
Iraq's deputy prime minister Tareq Aziz on Sunday in Baghdad announced that the policy of imposing no free zones in the northern and southern parts of Iraq by the USA has failed militarily, politically and diplomatically.
Iraq-Cuba, Politics, 3/12/2001
Embargo killed 1.5 million people in Iraq
Iraq, Politics, 3/12/2001
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