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Syria concerning Iraq and the UN Security Council
Syria's Information Minister, Adnan Omran, affirmed yesterday that Syria's stand towards UN Security Council's discussion of Iraqi report about arms of mass destruction is characterized by complete respect to the U.N convention, the rules of the International law and Security Council's mission.
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 12/21/2002
Milliyet: Turkey's position regarding Iraq
When asked that Turkey's Foreign Minister articulated Turkey's position as follows: He said fairly explicitly that Turkey would require a second UN Security Council Resolution before any military campaign could be launched from Turkish soil, US deputy secretary of defense Paul Wolfowitz had said "in fact the Foreign Minister stated this correctly."
Iraq-Turkey, Politics, 12/21/2002
Al-Hayat: Syrian preparations to receive one million Iraqi refugees
The London- based al-Hayat daily said yesterday quoting well-informed sources in Damascus that there are ongoing official preparations to receive some one million Iraqi refugees on the Syrian borders in case a military attack is made against Iraq.
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 12/21/2002
Egyptian woman arms inspector in Baghdad
The director-general of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Mohammed el-Baradei, aroused the interest and admiration of the Egyptian people when he disclosed that the 18-member UN arms inspection vanguard in Baghdad includes an Egyptian woman.
Egypt-Iraq, Local, 12/21/2002
Syria will not take part in UN security council discussion over Iraq 's declaration on weapons
Syria will not take part in the Security Council's discussion over the Iraq's declaration on Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD).
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 12/20/2002
French Defense Minister backs Mubarak's warnings against striking Iraq
the French Minister said that her country was opposed to any military action against Iraq without the approval of the United Nations. She said the United Nations was the only party entitled to decide whether there was a need for a military intervention following examination of the Iraqi weapons report.
Iraq-France, Politics, 12/20/2002
Kuwait wants change of Iraqi regime
The French defense minister Michele Alliot-Mariot yesterday concluded in Kuwait a tour in the Gulf states which was an occasion to confirm France's desire to avoid a war in Iraq.
Kuwait-Iraq, Politics, 12/20/2002
Hurriyet: Turkish preparations for the war against Iraq
The Turkish daily Hurriyet said Wednesday quoting well-informed sources at the Turkish- Iraqi border area that some 10,000 to 15,000 Turkish troops were deployed on Wednesday along the borders with Iraq and most of them are landing forces. This was in the context of the preparatory works for any military operation against Iraq, the paper said.
Iraq-Turkey, Politics, 12/20/2002
London relations with Iraqi opposition; Blair meets al-Barazani and al-Talibani
The British prime minister Tony Blair has discussed with the Iraqi Kurdish leaders in London yesterday the results of the conference the Iraqi opposition held this week, while a meeting for Iraqi opposition has started in Washington to draw the framework for the Iraqi authority following the fall of the regime in Baghdad.
Iraq-UK, Politics, 12/20/2002
Egypt may lose 8 billion in the Iraqi war
Egypt-Iraq, Politics, 12/20/2002
Iraq will resume negotiations on the fate of the missing
The International Committee of the Red Cross ICRC has announced that Iraq will resume negotiations following four years of suspension, with Kuwait and other countries, on the fate of several missing of the citizens of these countries, since the Gulf war in 1991.
Iraq-Kuwait, Politics, 12/19/2002
Iraq to have multiparty and opposition system
The chairman of the Iraqi national opposition coalition, Abdul Jabbar al-Kubeisi, said that the Iraqi authorities permitted him to found a party in Iraq.
Iraq, Politics, 12/18/2002
On the London's Iraqi opposition conference
The Iraqi opposition conference which was held in London on December 15- 16 seemed to have failed to maintain an agreement on details concerning the coming phase.
Iraq, Politics, 12/18/2002
Jordan: human shields to protect the Iraqi establishments
The Jordanian national committee in defense of Iraq, stemmed from the Jordanian opposition said it had decided to form a human shield campaign and honorary lists for Jordanian citizens who desire to join the International human shields around the Iraqi establishments.
Jordan-Iraq, Politics, 12/17/2002
Iraq, Iran agree on opening a border crossing for humanitarian stuffs
The UN said yesterday that Iraq and Iran agreed to open a border crossing in order to permit Baghdad to import goods, according to the UN humanitarian program "oil for food."
Iraq-Iran, Politics, 12/17/2002
Al-Watan: Saudi Arabia, Iraq resume telecommunications
Saudi Arabia on Saturday resumed its direct telecommunications with Iraq following a cessation which lasted for 11 years.
Saudi Arabia-Iraq, Politics, 12/16/2002
Concentration the Shiite, Kurds at London's conference
The political statement of the plenary Iraqi opposition conference, which will today afternoon conclude its deliberations by a press conference, has stressed the importance of availing the opportunities which is now at the hands of the Iraqi people in investing the international element to "topple the Iraqi regime," with taking into account the legitimate interests of the Arab and international neighboring states and the Islamic community."
Iraq, Politics, 12/16/2002
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