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Saudi Arabia denies Iraqi accusation
Saudi Arabia-Iraq, Politics, 8/31/2001
Private air flights between Syria, Iraq
The Lebanese daily al-Nahar issued on Wednesday said, quoting Syrian sources working in the sector of aviation that a special airline will run the first direct daily air flights between Damascus and Baghdad as from Saturday, the first of September.
Syria-Iraq, Economics, 8/30/2001
Increased Jordanian- Iraqi cooperation
Iraq and Jordan have signed a protocol provided for the increase of their economic and trade relations and the increase in exchange rate which is estimated at more than USD one billion, according to the Jordanian minister of industry and trade wasef Azer.
Iraq-Jordan, Economics, 8/30/2001
Jordanian measures on the travel of Iraqis
The Jordanian weekly al-Wahda ( unity) said in its Wednesday's issue that the Jordanian official sides concerned had taken measures to limit the movement of the Iraqi citizens between Jordan and Syria after the recent Syrian decision which states to remove restrictions on the entry of the Iraqis to Syria. And this resulted in the flow of thousands of Iraqi citizens who live in Jordan to visit Syria.
Jordan-Iraq, Politics, 8/30/2001
Iraq and France and the oil-for-food program
The Iraqi foreign minister Naji Sabri on Wednesday expressed his hope that France will reconsider its positions towards Iraq. He stressed that Baghdad has not ultimately closed the door in its trade relations with France in the framework of the oil-for-food agreement.
Iraq-France, Politics, 8/30/2001
Indian delegation to visit Iraq Friday
A high level Indian delegation will pay a visit to Iraq as of Friday to express support to the lifting of the sanctions against Baghdad
Iraq-India, Politics, 8/30/2001
Kuwait denies news concerning downed US pilot-less plane
The first deputy for the Kuwaiti Premier and the foreign minister Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah has refused the Iraqi accusations that the US planes which was downed by Iraq on Monday took off from the Kuwaiti territories.
Kuwait-Iraq, Politics, 8/29/2001
Trade relations between Iraq, Turkey
The Iraqi oil minister Amer Muhammad Rasheed said on Tuesday that the volume of trade exchange between Iraq and Turkey reached USD 3 billion for the current year 2001. The same figure used to be before 1990.
Iraq-Turkey, Economics, 8/29/2001
On Syrian- Iraqi relations
The Jordanian weekly al-Sabeel talked in its recent issue released on Tuesday about the Syrian- Iraqi closeness, noting that the visit of the Syrian prime minister to Baghdad constituted an accelerated progress in the relation between the two countries following a boycott of relations between the two countries lasted for several years.
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 8/29/2001
WHO delegation in Iraq to investigate on cancer cases behind depleted Uranium
A team from the World Health Organization WHO on Tuesday started investigations on the suffering of the Iraqis from advanced cancer cases because of the depleted Uranium.
Iraq, Health, 8/29/2001
Iraq earns additional $362 million under un 'oil-for-food' program
Iraq has exported 16.8 million barrels of crude over the past week, earning an estimated ?397 million (euros), or $362 million, under the United Nations oil-for-food program that allows Baghdad to use a portion of its petroleum revenues to purchase humanitarian relief goods.
Iraq, Economics, 8/29/2001
Syrian source denies on expected visit of President al- Assad to Iraq
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 8/28/2001
Iraq will not agree the return back of weapons inspectors
The Iraqi foreign minister Naji Sabri has renewed rejection that Iraq will not agree to the return back of UN weapons inspectors who left Iraqi more than two years ago before lifting the embargo imposed on it since 1990 and eliminating all mass destruction weapons in Israel.
Iraq, Politics, 8/28/2001
Iraq downs an American plane
Iraq-USA, Politics, 8/27/2001
Iraqi minister denies Syrian initiative
Iraq-Syria, Politics, 8/27/2001
Iraqi criticism for the conference of the Arab foreign ministers
The Iraqi daily al-Thawra ( revolution) on Sunday strongly criticized the decisions of the emergency conference of the Arab foreign ministers, considering that these decisions constituted a step backward in confrontation of Israel towards the Palestinian Intifada.
Iraq-Regional, Politics, 8/27/2001
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