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Allawi calls for supporting Iraq
The interim Iraqi prime minister Eyad Allawi has called on the international community to help Iraq.
Iraq-Regional, Politics, 9/25/2004
Bush order removing Iraq's name from terrorism sponsoring states list
The US President George W. Bush yesterday issued a decision for removing Iraq's name from the list of countries sponsoring terrorism after the toppling of the Iraqi regime of Saddam Hussein.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 9/25/2004
Clashes in al-Ramadi, Falluja
The Iraqi police and witnesses said that American occupation forces clashed with fighters in al-Ramadi town to the west of Baghdad and this resulted in wounding scores of Iraqis. The American forces closed the downtown of the city where large explosions shook the two quarters of "July 17" and "al-Azezeyah".
Iraq, Military, 9/25/2004
More kidnapping operations in Iraq
Once again, the number of hostages in Iraq has increased with a confirmation made by the Egyptian foreign ministry on kidnapping 6 Egyptians working in Iraq for "Iraqna" company for mobile telephones. One from the Egyptian "Orascom" company in addition to kidnapping two Iraqis working in the same company.
Iraq, Local, 9/25/2004
Shifts in Iraq funding designed to address immediate priorities
The Bush administration seeks to give the Iraqi people the resources they need to overcome the challenges they confront, and the first priority in that regard must be security and law enforcement, according to Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage.
Iraq-USA, Economics, 9/25/2004
Kuwait: $ 367 million for persons damaged from the Iraqi invasion
The Kuwaiti News agency said yesterday that the board of directors of the UN compensations committee approved on Thursday giving a sum of $ 367 million for compensating damaged sides "persons and companies" over the losses that resulted from the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait in 1990.
Kuwait-Iraq, Politics, 9/25/2004
Bush rejects to withdraw forces from Iraq, Allawi thanks him for the invasion
In a joint press conference with the Interim Iraqi prime minister Eyad Allawi, the US President George W. Bush announced that what is called violence in Iraq might increase from now until the elections in January, 2005.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 9/24/2004
Straw: little hopes to rescue Begley, Allawi refuses to release Rihab Taha
The Prime minister of the interim Iraqi government Eyad Allawi, decided not to release the woman official in the former regime Rihab Taha, hours after an appeal addressed by the British hostage who is threatened to lose his life if the Iraqi women held in the occupation jails are not freed.
Iraq, Politics, 9/24/2004
One American soldier was killed, injured in armed attacks in Iraq
Armed operations continued against the American forces in Iraq where one marine was killed in clashes with the armed men in al-Anbar governorate to the west of Baghdad.
Iraq, Military, 9/24/2004
An attack at an Iraqi oil line
One Iraqi oil official said on Thursday that an attack took place on a pipeline linking the northern and southern oil fields in Iraq and this resulted in halting pumping operations.
Iraq, Economics, 9/24/2004
Al-Azhar vigorously condemns kidnappings in Iraq
Al-Azhar's interfaith dialogue committee vigorously condemned on yesterday the kidnapping of civilians in Iraq.
Regional-Iraq, Politics, 9/24/2004
New Zealand withdraws its forces
Iraq-New Zealand, Politics, 9/24/2004
Iranian navy holds Iraqi fishing boats
Iraq-Iran, Politics, 9/24/2004
Cairo airport receives first Iraqi airliner in 14 years
After a 14-year hiatus, the first Iraqi Airlines plane landed at Cairo Airport this week.
Egypt-Iraq, Politics, 9/24/2004
Bush condemns beheading hostages operations
The US president George W. Bush denounced the hostages beheading operations in Iraq. He stressed that these actions will not undermine the will of the US to continue its mission in Iraq.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 9/23/2004
Booby trapped car targets American vehicle in Baghdad
In an attack which is the second of its kind yesterday, several persons were killed and others injured in a booby trapped car explosion near an American military vehicle in al-Ameerat (princesses) streets in al-Mansour quarters in the downtown of Baghdad, according to sources in the Iraqi police.
Iraq, Politics, 9/23/2004
On the British hostage in Iraq
The American embassy in Baghdad denied any intention to release two Iraqi women detainees by the American forces in Iraq.
Iraq, Politics, 9/23/2004
Italy doubts the killing of its two hostages
Sources close to the Italian government presidency said that the Italian authorities have no information confirming reports that the two Italian women held in Iraq Simona Bari and Simona Torita were killed. The same sources called for highest caution in dealing with this information.
Iraq-Italy, Politics, 9/23/2004
Al-Zarqawi group assassinates the second American hostage
An Islamic website on the Internet issued a statement for al-Tawhid Wal Jihad group which is led by Abu Musab al-Zarqawi in which it claimed responsibility for the killing of the second American hostage held by it after the end of the period of time set to respond to their demands to release Iraqi detained women. In the American jails in Iraq.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 9/22/2004
Powell says insurgency in Iraq must be defeated
US Secretary of State Colin Powell reaffirmed the U.S. commitment to confronting the insurgency in Iraq and supporting the Iraqi interim government's efforts to hold elections by January 2005.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 9/22/2004
Allawi describes relations with Syria as excellent
Iraqi interim Prime Minister Iyad Allawi on Monday described Iraq's relations with Syria as excellent and are moving in the right direction in the interest of the two states' peoples.
Iraq-Syria, Politics, 9/21/2004
Two scholars in the Muslims commission in Iraq assassinated
Gunmen assassinated one Sunni scholar as he was entering in Baghdad to perform noon prayers. A second act of assassination yesterday targeted scholars affiliate to the influential Muslim Scholars Commission in Iraq.
Iraq, Politics, 9/21/2004
New American raid against Falluja
The US fighters yesterday renewed its bombardment of Falluja city and the bombardment targeted a bulldozer affiliates to Falluja municipality to the north of the city. The bombardment resulted in killing two persons and injuring other three.
Iraq-USA, Military, 9/21/2004
One American killed, Zarqawi group assassinates one of its hostages
Iraq-USA, Politics, 9/21/2004
Iraqi ambassador in Tehran submits his credentials
Iraq's ambassador in Tehran Muhammad Miguid al-Sheikh assumed the mission of his post on Saturday, for the first time since the eruption of the Iraqi- Iranian war in 1980.
Iraq-Iran, Politics, 9/20/2004
Saddam's trial in October; Salem Chalabi resigns court presidency,
The Iraqi prime minister Eyad Allawi said yesterday that the trial of the toppled Iraqi regime Saddam Hussein and his aides might start in October.
Iraq, Politics, 9/20/2004
Two American soldiers in an explosion; two Iraqis killed
News reports quoted Iraqi medical sources as saying that two Iraqis were killed in a bomb explosion implanted on a highway in al-Amel quarters to the west of Baghdad.
Iraq, Military, 9/20/2004
Three Kurds beheaded, threats to kill 13 hostages including two Americans, one Britain
One armed group yesterday announced the beheading of three Kurdish "rebels" from Masoud al-Barazani party and threatened to behead other 10 hostages, announced as kidnapped on Saturday, if the American-Turkish company in which they work will not withdraw from Iraq and the beheading of the two Americans and the one Britain if the occupation forces will not release all women prisoners in its jails.
Iraq, Politics, 9/20/2004
Galloway calls for the release of Iraqi detainees in American jails in Iraq
Iraq-UK, Politics, 9/20/2004
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