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Former UN chief criticized US policy in Iraq
The UN Former Secretary General, Butros Butros Ghali, has criticized the US policy in Iraq.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 3/6/2004
Bremer talks about ' embassies for the occupation after June 30: We withdraw from cemeteries at the request of clergies
The American administrator of Iraq, Paul Bremer, yesterday considered the occurrence of a civil war in Iraq as "a weak possibility," and that the attempt made by the executors of the two massacres in Karbala and Baghdad is to implant tension in the country and "will not succeed."
Iraq-USA, Politics, 3/6/2004
Al-Seistani bans entering Iraq, only from official openings
The Shiite clergy Ayatullah Ali al-Seistani yesterday issued a Fatwa in which he banned entry into the Iraqi lands only through unofficial crossings.
Iraq-Regional, Politics, 3/6/2004
Talibani cancels his Syrian, Iranian and Turkish passports
The office of the "Kurdistani National federation" in Damascus on Monday said that its leader Jalal al-Talibani handed over since months his Syrian, Turkish and Iranian passports he used to have before the collapse of the Iraqi regime to the authorities in these countries.
Iraq-Regional, Politics, 3/4/2004
Syria deplores Baghdad, Karbala bombardments
Syria on Tuesday evening strongly condemned the "Heinous bloody crime" in Baghdad and Karbala in which over one hundred of Iraqi citizens were killed and warned that its target was "to plant divisions and turmoil in sisterly Iraq."
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 3/4/2004
Iraqi preliminary constitution to be signed Friday
Iraq, Politics, 3/4/2004
Washington accuses al-Zarqawi of Karbala and Baghdad explosions
News reports quoted the commander of the American central leadership John Abizaid as saying that Washington owns clear intelligence information that show that there is a connection between Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, suspected to have links with al-Qaida, and the explosions in Karbala and Baghdad.
Iraq, Military, 3/4/2004
Iraq: mourning, calls for calm, eulogy for killings of Karbala, Baghdad
Leaders of the Shiite community in Iraq called for calm after one day of bloody explosions in Karbalaa and Baghdad, while today, official morning started declared by the governing council for three days. Preparations started to hold a funeral eulogy for more than 182 killed persons.
Iraq, Politics, 3/3/2004
Yemen prescribes a pre- entry visa on the Iraqis
The Yemeni ministry of the interior prescribed entry visas on the Iraqis wishing to visit Yemen and banned every one who does not obtain a prior visa from entering the country.
Yemen-Iraq, Politics, 3/3/2004
Khaddam meets an Iraqi Tribal Delegation
Syria's Vise-President Abdul Halim Khaddam on Sunday criticized the US initiative for reform in the Middle East saying that this initiative preceded the First World War.
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 3/1/2004
provisional rules postpones the constitution; One soldier from Estonia killed in Iraq
One official at the Palestinian authority announced that members of the governing council in Iraq decided not to sign officially the state run law for the provisional period which will continue until the end of 2005 before next Wednesday.
Iraq, Politics, 3/1/2004
Sadoun Hammadi in Jordan
Jordan-Iraq, Politics, 3/1/2004
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