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An Arab official and Amman's summit
A high ranking Arab official told the London- based al-Hayat daily in its Friday's issue that the question of Iraq as " a reconciliation with Arab states" has receded but advanced as a debated problem to be discussed at the coming Arab summit in Amman.
Regional-Iraq, Politics, 3/24/2001
An attack at Saddam palace
The spokesman for the Iraqi Islamic resistance of the higher council of the Islamic revolution in Iraq Hassan Abdullah said in a statement to the London- based al-Hayat daily issued on Friday that his forces attacked using Katyusha missiles of 122 mm caliber the Presidential palace in Baghdad on Wednesday evening.
Iraq, Politics, 3/24/2001
Trade contracts between Iraq and Saudi Arabia
Iraq-Saudi Arabia, Economics, 3/21/2001
Jordanian prime minister confers with Iraqi foreign minister
The Jordanian prime minister Ali Abu al-Ragheb on Tuesday in Amman met with the Iraqi foreign minister Muhammad Saeed al-Sahaf who arrived in Amman on Monday evening.
Jordan-Iraq, Politics, 3/21/2001
Saddam expected not to take part in Amman's Arab summit
Iraqi official sources expected in a statement to the London- based al-Sharq al-Awsat in its Tuesday issue that the Iraqi President Saddam Hussein will apologize from taking part personally at the Amman's Arab summit on March 27th.
Iraq-Regional, Politics, 3/21/2001
Increased US support to the Iraqi opposition
The US state department has stressed that Washington seeks to expand its support to the Iraqi opposition by increasing number of organizations it finances, in addition to the Iraqi national congress which includes the opposition groups.
Iraq, Politics, 3/21/2001
UN's oil-for-food program reports large jump in Iraqi exports last week
There was a large jump in Iraqi oil exports last week, the United Nations office overseeing the UN's oil-for-food humanitarian scheme reported Tuesday.
Iraq, Economics, 3/21/2001
New Zealand and Iraq
New Zealand prime minister Mrs. Helen Clark said on Monday that her country will not send an army office to Kuwait instead of the officer who was killed in the bomb explosion incident in the joint exercises between the Kuwaiti and American forces last week, noting that her country supports the amendment of sanctions imposed on Iraq.
Iraq-New Zealand, Politics, 3/20/2001
Malaysia and Iraq to cooperate in health-related areas
Malaysia and Iraq have agreed to develop cooperation between their hospitals, medical institutions and universities, Malaysian news agency "BERNAMA" reports quoting health minister Chua Jui Meng.
Iraq-Malaysia, Health, 3/20/2001
Parliamentary relations between Oman and Iraq to be boosted
Oman-Iraq, Politics, 3/19/2001
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