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Algerian delegation arrives in Baghdad
Iraq-Algeria, Economics, 3/16/2002
Syrian: The Iraqi pipeline is just for a test, to be canceled
The Syrian oil minister Ibrahim Haddad said on Friday in Vienna that Syria is still testing the oil pipeline which is extended from Iraq since 20 years, but it will work to cancel this line for using a new line to be used in the framework of the oil-for-food agreement between Iraq and the UN.
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 3/16/2002
Mubarak receives Iraqi official
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak received on Thursday Iraqi Vice Chairman of the Revolutionary Command Council, Ezzat Ibrahim and Foreign Minister Nagui Sabri.
Egypt-Iraq, Politics, 3/16/2002
Al-Assad discusses with Talibani the American threats against Iraq
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Thursday discussed the American threats against Iraq with the secretary general of the Kurdistani National Federation party Jalal al-Talibani who stressed his party's rejection to striking Iraq and its commitment to the unity of the Iraqi territories.
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 3/15/2002
Bahraini businessmen delegation to visit Iraq
Iraq-Bahrain, Economics, 3/15/2002
No German attack against Iraq without UN mandate
Iraq-Germany, Politics, 3/15/2002
Military action against Iraq not necessary, Morocco says
Morocco on Wednesday said military action against Iraq is not necessary and called for peace efforts instead.
Morocco-Iraq, Politics, 3/14/2002
Bush says the Iraqi president is a problem and he is going to fix it
US President George Bush talking about Iraq said yesterday, "This is a nation run by a man who is willing to kill his own people by using chemical weapons; a man who won't let inspectors into the country; a man who's obviously got something to hide. And he is a problem. And we're going to deal with him."
Iraq-USA, Politics, 3/14/2002
Al-Assad meets with Izzat Ibrahim
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Tuesday met with the deputy chairman of the revolution's leadership council in Iraq Izzat Ibrahim and the Iraqi foreign minister Naji Sabri al-Hadeithi.
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 3/13/2002
An opposition member: Saddam Hussein's days are numbered
Gen. Nizar al-Khazradji, chief of staff of the Iraqi army between 1986- 1990 has stressed that the days of the Iraqi President Saddam Hussein in authority have become numbered, noting his continued contacts with leaders of the Iraqi opposition abroad.
Iraq, Politics, 3/13/2002
Ezzat Ibrahim in Damascus
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 3/12/2002
US determination to topple the Iraqi regime
The Saudi daily al-Watan issued on Monday said that the US Vice President Dick Cheney will inform the Arab leaders with whom he will meet during his current tour to the region of a clear and strong message stressing that the administration of President George Bush is persistent to topple the regime of Saddam Hussein, whatsoever the criticism and objections to be addressed to this administration to this end.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 3/12/2002
Kuwaiti source denies reports on timing to striking Iraq
Kuwait-Iraq, Politics, 3/12/2002
The US, Britain and striking Iraq
The British government on Sunday denied reports quoted by the British daily " the Observer" on the request made by the US to Britain to prepare a plan provided for dispatching some 25, 000 British troopers to join American redeployment that will work to topple the Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.
Iraq-UK, Politics, 3/11/2002
Australia supports the American move to topple Saddam Hussein
The Australian foreign minister Alexander Downer has announced that his country will support any American moves to topple the Iraqi President Saddam Hussein in case diplomatic means will fail to achieve this objective.
Iraq-Australia, Politics, 3/11/2002
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