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Khaddam, Iraq and Iran
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 9/7/2002
Kuwait deny military build up on border with Iraq
kuwait's Jaber al-Mubarak al-Hamad al-Sabah, deputy prime minister and minister of defense, has denied any military build up from the Kuwaiti side on the Iraqi borders.
Kuwait-Iraq, Politics, 9/7/2002
Yediot Ahronot: Iraq, Jordan to be converted into one Hashimite Kingdom
According to one source, the research reaches the result that the military attack against Iraq is "a tactical objective," Saudi Arabia is "the strategic objective" and Egypt is "the big prize." This means, the correspondent says, that this group inside the American administration sees that changing the regime in the three said countries is a strategic objective and converting them into liberal countries inclined to the West would limit their ability to threaten the US through its interests in the Arab states.
Iraq-Jordan, Politics, 9/7/2002
Moussa starts an American- European tour against striking Iraq
The secretary general of the Arab League (AL) Amr Moussa yesterday started his tour on Europe and the USA in order to defend the Arab states' rejection of an attack on Iraq.
Regional-Iraq, Politics, 9/7/2002
Indian Congress flays US Attack on Iraq
The Indian Congress Friday deplored U.S. attack on Iraq saying the unilateral action was in total contravention of the International law and Conventions
Iraq-India, Politics, 9/7/2002
Bush Wants Congress to Vote on Iraq Before Adjourning in October
US President Bush wants both houses of the U.S. Congress to vote on a resolution regarding policy towards Iraq before Congress adjourns in October for the November elections.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 9/7/2002
Iraq urges US to granting its officials entry visa to take part in UN GA meetings
Iraq-USA, Politics, 9/7/2002
Another secret Iraqi opposition meeting in London, sponsord by USA
Makkeyah explained that for the first time there will be a new and qualitative relations with the US. relations which stress changes in the American policy which used to be based on dealing with regimes such as Egypt and Saudi Arabia.
Iraq, Politics, 9/7/2002
India to resume wheat exports to Iraq
India will resume wheat exports to Iraq by early next month and samples are being readied to be sent to the Grain Board of Iraq (GBI) to be analyzed by the laboratories in Baghdad.
Iraq-India, Economics, 9/7/2002
Al-Rai al-Aam: Sabri: we support normal relations with Kuwait
In a statement to the Kuwaiti daily al-Rai al-Aam issued on Wednesday, the Iraqi foreign minister Naji Sabri said that Iraq supports the "establishment of normal relations with Kuwait."
Iraq-Kuwait, Politics, 9/6/2002
Qathafi: If Iraq is attacked it will become Afghanistan
Libya's Leader of the Revolution Colonel Muammar al Qathafi has warned against directing a military action against Iraq so as Iraq will not be transformed into a second Afghanistan and a center for Osama Bin Laden
Libya-Iraq, Politics, 9/6/2002
Al-Yamani: Saddam will strike Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, if pressed
Former Saudi minister of oil Sheikh Zaki al-Yamani has warned that the Iraqi President Saddam Hussein might strike Saudi Arabia and Kuwait by missiles if Iraq is exposed to strong pressures as a result of the likely American war against him.
Saudi Arabia-Iraq, Politics, 9/6/2002
Al-Sabeel: Jordan and the Iraqi oil
Jordan-Iraq, Economics, 9/5/2002
Japanese people oppose striking Iraq
An opinion poll issued on Wednesday showed that the Japanese opposed with great majority any American attack against Iraq.
Iraq-Japan, Politics, 9/5/2002
Australia and striking Iraq
The Australian prime minister John Howard said on Wednesday in an attempt to calm down opposition demonstrators for Australia's involvement in any military act against Iraq, that Canberra will not take part in any attack against Iraq unless that in the service of a national interest.
Iraq-Australia, Politics, 9/5/2002
Al-Youm: Riyadh denies sending official delegation to Iraq
Saudi Arabia-Iraq, Politics, 9/4/2002
Hurriyet: A second Turkish gate in northern Iraq
The paper said that the new border gate will be opened by Turkey at the point where the borders of the three countries Syria, Iraq and Turkey meets. This will enable having access to the Turkman area directly and not through the only border gate currently existing that links between Turkey and Iraq and is controlled by the Kurdistani Democratic party
Iraq-Turkey, Politics, 9/4/2002
Gulf states suggest return of UN; diplomacy ends crisis with Iraq
The Gulf states (GCC) on Tuesday urged an end to talking about war, stressing that only through diplomacy would Washington's confrontation with Iraq end.
Gulf-Iraq, Politics, 9/4/2002
Al-Majd: Certain Iraqi opposition papers banned in Syria
The Jordanian weekly al-Majd said Tuesday that a Syrian media decision was issued in Damascus preventing the issuance of Iraqi opposition press in Damascus, banning circulation of such papers published abroad in the Syrian territories, and also halting all media criticism against the Iraqi regime from any source, whatsoever.
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 9/4/2002
Maher renewed rejection to striking Iraq
The Egyptian foreign minister Ahmad Maher has renewed his country's deliberate rejection to direct any military attack against Iraq, stressing that there is nothing in the International Law which justifies or permits one country to interfere in the internal affairs of another country.
Egypt-Iraq, Politics, 9/4/2002
Baghdad hosts emergency meeting for Arab Parliamentary Union
Works of the emergency session of the Arab parliamentary Union in its 42 session started on Tuesday in Baghdad with the participation of parliamentarians representing 19 Arab states in order to discuss the continued American threats against Iraq.
Regional-Iraq, Politics, 9/4/2002
Aziz: Iraq ready to cooperate on return of UN inspectors
The secretary general of the UN Kofi Annan on Tuesday in Johannesburg, South Africa, met with the Iraqi deputy premier, on the sideline of the earth summit in South Africa in order to hold talks concerning the arising crisis between his country and the US.
Iraq, Politics, 9/4/2002
Al-Kabareiti, the proposed UN envoy for Iraq, after Saddam
The Lebanese daily al-Nahar said yesterday, according to well-informed Arab sources, that search is being made at the meantime for an Arab figure that would play in Iraq a role similar to that played by Elakhder al-Ibraheimi in Afghanistan, as a special envoy for the UN secretary general.
Iraq-Jordan, Politics, 9/4/2002
Aziz: return back of UN inspectors still under discussions
Iraq, Politics, 9/3/2002
Iraqi culture minister arrives in Sanaa
Yemen-Iraq, Politics, 9/3/2002
Saudi prince in Baghdad unofficially
A high ranking Saudi official on Monday denied Iraqi news on the visit of one of the Saudi princes to Iraq, in a first step of its kind since 1991.
Saudi Arabia-Iraq, Politics, 9/3/2002
On the Iraqi campaign to avoid the likely American attack
News reports said that Iraq has started an intensive diplomatic campaign in order to prevent the launching of the US attack against it.
Iraq, Politics, 9/3/2002
Talibani and the Kurdish state
The leader of the Kurdistani Federation Party Jalal al- Talibani said that the Kurds leaders do not desire the foundation of a Kurdish state in Northern Iraq area, rather they want to form a democratic parliamentary authority in order to unify Iraq which is actually considered as divided to three parts.
Iraq, Politics, 9/3/2002
Saudi royal family member visits Iraq today
The press center of the Iraqi ministry of information announced on Sunday that a Saudi royal family member will start today a visit to Iraq, which is the first of its kind by a Saudi official since cutting of relations between the two states in 1990.
Iraq-Saudi Arabia, Politics, 9/2/2002
Iraqi envoys dispatched to Europe
Iraq-European Union, Politics, 9/2/2002
Al-Majallah: Al-Sharif Ali: America's aim is to topple Saddam, not occupy Iraq
Iraq-USA, Politics, 9/2/2002
Sharon's wants Washington to launch the war against Iraq
Israeli sources said that it is necessary to remind the American decision makers of Israel's participation in the war against Iraq.
Iraq-Israel, Politics, 9/2/2002
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