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Retrospective
Retrospective
First Gulf War
41 PICTURES
JAPAN-DEFENSE/
RTR3WLCO
July 01, 2014
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe attends a news conference at his official residence in Tokyo July 1,...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Abe attends a news conference at his official residence in Tokyo
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe attends a news conference at his official residence in Tokyo July 1, 2014. Abe said on Tuesday that Japan would not take part in multilateral combat operations such as the 1990-1991 Gulf War or the U.S.-led 2003 war in Iraq. He was speaking at a news conference after his cabinet adopted a resolution to lift a ban that has kept the military from fighting abroad since World War Two, a dramatic step away from Japan's post-war pacifism. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY HEADSHOT)
JAPAN-DEFENSE/
RTR3WLBF
July 01, 2014
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe arrives at a news conference in front of his cabinet secretaries at...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Abe arrives at a news conference in front of his cabinet secretaries at his official residence...
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe arrives at a news conference in front of his cabinet secretaries at his official residence in Tokyo July 1, 2014. Abe said on Tuesday that Japan would not take part in multilateral combat operations such as the 1990-1991 Gulf War or the U.S.-led 2003 war in Iraq. He was speaking at a news conference after his cabinet adopted a resolution to lift a ban that has kept the military from fighting abroad since World War Two, a dramatic step away from Japan's post-war pacifism. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
JAPAN-DEFENSE/
RTR3WLB8
July 01, 2014
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe leaves a news conference at his official residence in Tokyo July 1,...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe leaves a news conference at his official residence in Tokyo
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe leaves a news conference at his official residence in Tokyo July 1, 2014. Abe said on Tuesday that Japan would not take part in multilateral combat operations such as the 1990-1991 Gulf War or the U.S.-led 2003 war in Iraq. He was speaking at a news conference after his cabinet adopted a resolution to lift a ban that has kept the military from fighting abroad since World War Two, a dramatic step away from Japan's post-war pacifism. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
JAPAN-DEFENSE/
RTR3WLA2
July 01, 2014
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe speaks during a news conference at his official residence in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Abe speaks during a news conference at his official residence in Tokyo
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe speaks during a news conference at his official residence in Tokyo July 1, 2014. Abe said on Tuesday that Japan would not take part in multilateral combat operations such as the 1990-1991 Gulf War or the U.S.-led 2003 war in Iraq. He was speaking at a news conference after his cabinet adopted a resolution to lift a ban that has kept the military from fighting abroad since World War Two, a dramatic step away from Japan's post-war pacifism. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
JAPAN-DEFENSE/
RTR3WL9T
July 01, 2014
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe leaves a news conference at his official residence in Tokyo July 1,...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Abe leaves a news conference at his official residence in Tokyo
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe leaves a news conference at his official residence in Tokyo July 1, 2014. Abe said on Tuesday that Japan would not take part in multilateral combat operations such as the 1990-1991 Gulf War or the U.S.-led 2003 war in Iraq. He was speaking at a news conference after his cabinet adopted a resolution to lift a ban that has kept the military from fighting abroad since World War Two, a dramatic step away from Japan's post-war pacifism. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
JAPAN-DEFENSE/
RTR3WL50
July 01, 2014
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe speaks during a news conference at his official residence in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Abe speaks during a news conference at his official residence in Tokyo
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe speaks during a news conference at his official residence in Tokyo July 1, 2014. Abe said on Tuesday that Japan would not take part in multilateral combat operations such as the 1990-1991 Gulf War or the U.S.-led 2003 war in Iraq. He was speaking at a news conference after his cabinet adopted a resolution to lift a ban that has kept the military from fighting abroad since World War Two, a dramatic step away from Japan's post-war pacifism. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
JAPAN-DEFENSE/
RTR3WL40
July 01, 2014
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe speaks next to a placard showing a defensive scenario for the protection...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Shinzo Abe speaks during a news conference at his official residence in Tokyo
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe speaks next to a placard showing a defensive scenario for the protection of Japanese nationals overseas, during a news conference at his official residence in Tokyo July 1, 2014. Abe said on Tuesday that Japan would not take part in multilateral combat operations such as the 1990-1991 Gulf War or the U.S.-led 2003 war in Iraq. He was speaking at a news conference after his cabinet adopted a resolution to lift a ban that has kept the military from fighting abroad since World War Two, a dramatic step away from Japan's post-war pacifism. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
JAPAN-DEFENSE/
RTR3WL2I
July 01, 2014
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe speaks next to a placard showing a defensive scenario for the protection...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Shinzo Abe speaks next to a placard during a news conference at his official residence in...
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe speaks next to a placard showing a defensive scenario for the protection of Japanese nationals overseas, during a news conference at his official residence in Tokyo July 1, 2014. Abe said on Tuesday that Japan would not take part in multilateral combat operations such as the 1990-1991 Gulf War or the U.S.-led 2003 war in Iraq. He was speaking at a news conference after his cabinet adopted a resolution to lift a ban that has kept the military from fighting abroad since World War Two, a dramatic step away from Japan's post-war pacifism. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
JAPAN-DEFENSE/
RTR3WL23
July 01, 2014
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe speaks between teleprompters during a news conference, at his official...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Shinzo Abe speaks between teleprompters during a news conference, at his official residence...
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe speaks between teleprompters during a news conference, at his official residence in Tokyo July 1, 2014. Abe said on Tuesday that Japan would not take part in multilateral combat operations such as the 1990-1991 Gulf War or the U.S.-led 2003 war in Iraq. He was speaking at a news conference after his cabinet adopted a resolution to lift a ban that has kept the military from fighting abroad since World War Two, a dramatic step away from Japan's post-war pacifism. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
JAPAN-DEFENSE/
RTR3WKZD
July 01, 2014
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe arrives at a news conference in front of a placard showing a defensive...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Abe arrives at a news conference in front of a placard showing a defensive scenario for the...
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe arrives at a news conference in front of a placard showing a defensive scenario for the protection of Japanese nationals overseas, at his official residence in Tokyo July 1, 2014. Abe said on Tuesday that Japan would not take part in multilateral combat operations such as the 1990-1991 Gulf War or the U.S.-led 2003 war in Iraq. He was speaking at a news conference after his cabinet adopted a resolution to lift a ban that has kept the military from fighting abroad since World War Two, a dramatic step away from Japan's post-war pacifism. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
JAPAN-DEFENSE/
RTR3WKZB
July 01, 2014
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe arrives at a news conference in front of a placard showing a defensive...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Abe arrives at a news conference in front of a placard showing a defensive scenario for the...
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe arrives at a news conference in front of a placard showing a defensive scenario for the protection of Japanese nationals overseas, at his official residence in Tokyo July 1, 2014. Abe said on Tuesday that Japan would not take part in multilateral combat operations such as the 1990-1991 Gulf War or the U.S.-led 2003 war in Iraq. He was speaking at a news conference after his cabinet adopted a resolution to lift a ban that has kept the military from fighting abroad since World War Two, a dramatic step away from Japan's post-war pacifism. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
GULF WAR/
RTXX2PD
January 26, 2011
Two Kuwaiti Air Force fighter pilots greet each other on the tarmac after landing at the coalition airbase...
Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
Two Kuwaiti pilots greet each other at the coalition airbase in Dhahran during Persian Gulf War
Two Kuwaiti Air Force fighter pilots greet each other on the tarmac after landing at the coalition airbase in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia in January of 1991. The two pilots had just completed a bombing mission on Iraqi army targets just outside of Kuwait City during The Persian Gulf War. The pilots were part of large contingent of Kuwaiti Air Force personnel who escaped their country when Iraq invaded in August of 1990. An A-4 Skyhawk fighter jet sits parked in the background. REUTERS/Andy Clark (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: TRANSPORT CONFLICT POLITICS MILITARY)
GULF WAR/
RTXX2NP
January 26, 2011
U.S. General Norman Schwarzkopf (L) and Iraqi Lt-General Sultan Hashim Ahmed salute each other following...
Safwan, Iraq
Schwarzkopf and Ahmed salute each other during ceasefore talks in Safwan during The Persian Gulf War
U.S. General Norman Schwarzkopf (L) and Iraqi Lt-General Sultan Hashim Ahmed salute each other following their ceasefire and surrender term meetings during the The Persian Gulf War in Safwan, Iraq March 3, 1991. REUTERS/Andy Clark (IRAQ - Tags: CONFLICT MILITARY POLITICS)
IRAQ/
RTR2246V
November 30, 2008
Iranian women grieve on the coffin bearing remains of Iranian soldier during a ceremony at the Iraq-Iran...
SHALAMCHA BORDER CROSSING, Iraq
Iranian women grieve on the coffin bearing remains of Iranian soldier during a ceremony at the Iraq-Iran...
Iranian women grieve on the coffin bearing remains of Iranian soldier during a ceremony at the Iraq-Iran Shalamcha Border Crossing, in southern Iraq November 30, 2008. Iraq returned to neighbouring Iran the remains of 41 Iranian soldiers killed during the 1980's Iraq-Iran war in exchange for the remains of Iraqi soldiers on Sunday, Iraqi officials said. REUTERS/Atef Hassan (IRAQ)
IRAQ/
RTR2245T
November 30, 2008
Iranian pallbearers carry the remains of Iraqi soldiers during a ceremony at the Iraq-Iran Shalamcha...
SHALAMCHA BORDER CROSSING, Iraq
Iranian pallbearers carry the remains of Iraqi soldiers during a ceremony at the Iraq-Iran Shalamcha...
Iranian pallbearers carry the remains of Iraqi soldiers during a ceremony at the Iraq-Iran Shalamcha Border Crossing, in southern Iraq November 30, 2008. Iraq returned to neighbouring Iran the remains of 41 Iranian soldiers killed during the 1980's Iraq-Iran war in exchange for the remains of Iraqi soldiers on Sunday, Iraqi officials said. REUTERS/Atef Hassan (IRAQ)
IRAQ/
RTR2245Q
November 30, 2008
Iraqi soldiers carry coffins bearing remains of fellow Iraqi soldiers during a ceremony at the Iraq-Iran...
SHALAMCHA BORDER CROSSING, Iraq
Iraqi soldiers carry coffins bearing remains of fellow Iraqi soldiers during a ceremony at the Iraq-Iran...
Iraqi soldiers carry coffins bearing remains of fellow Iraqi soldiers during a ceremony at the Iraq-Iran Shalamcha Border Crossing, in southern Iraq November 30, 2008. Iraq returned to neighbouring Iran the remains of 41 Iranian soldiers killed during the 1980's Iraq-Iran war in exchange for the remains of Iraqi soldiers on Sunday, Iraqi officials said. REUTERS/Atef Hassan (IRAQ)
IRAQ/
RTR2243K
November 30, 2008
An Iranian soldier stands next to flag-draped coffins bearing the remains of Iraqi soldiers at the Iran...
SHALAMCHA BORDER, Iraq
An Iranian soldier stands next to flag-draped coffins bearing the remains of Iraqi soldiers at the Iran...
An Iranian soldier stands next to flag-draped coffins bearing the remains of Iraqi soldiers at the Iran side of the Shalamcha Border Crossing, in southern Iraq November 30, 2008. Iraq returned to neighbouring Iran the remains of 41 Iranian soldiers killed during the 1980's Iraq-Iran war in exchange for the remains of Iraqi soldiers on Sunday, Iraqi officials said. REUTERS/Atef Hassan (IRAQ)
KUWAIT MISSING
RTRGZTT
January 22, 2003
The head of the Iraqi delegation arrives at the International Committee
of the Red Cross in Amman January...
Amman, Jordan
HEAD OF IRAQI DELEGATION ARRIVES IN AMMAN FOR WAR MISSING TALKS WITH
KUWAIT.
The head of the Iraqi delegation arrives at the International Committee
of the Red Cross in Amman January 22, 2003. Iraq held talks on
Wednesday with its Gulf War foes Kuwait and Saudi Arabia on the fate of
hundreds of people who went missing during the 1990-1991 occupation of
Kuwait, officials said. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

AJ/FMS
MIDEAST U.N
RTRGIC5
January 14, 2003
AN IRAQI MAN WATCHES AN OIL TANKER DESTROYED BY U.S. PLANE DURING THE
1991 GULF WAR IN THE SHATT AL...
Baghdad
AN IRAQI MAN WATCHES AN OIL TANKER DESTROYED BY U.S. PLANE DURING THE
1991 GULF WAR IN THE SHATT AL...
AN IRAQI MAN WATCHES AN OIL TANKER DESTROYED BY U.S. PLANE DURING THE
1991 GULF WAR IN THE SHATT AL ARAB WATERWAY.
KUWAIT MISSING
RTRG8YI
January 08, 2003
Members of the delegation from Kuwait, led by Ibrahiam Shaheen (front),
leave the International Committee...
Amman, Jordan
KUWAIT DELEGATION LEAVE RED CROSS MEETING IN AMMAN.
Members of the delegation from Kuwait, led by Ibrahiam Shaheen (front),
leave the International Committee of the Red Cross head office in Amman
January 8, 2003. Iraq held talks on Wednesday for the first time in
four years with its Gulf War foes Kuwait and Saudi Arabia on the fate
of some 600 people who went missing during the 1990-1991 conflict,
officials said. The participants agreed to meet again in Amman in two
weeks, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said. It was
the first meeting on the issue since Iraq boycotted talks after a
U.S.-British bombing campaign in December 1998. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

AJ
IRAQ KUWAIT MISSING
RTRG8XG
January 08, 2003
Two security guards keep watch at the International Committee of the
Red Cross (ICRC) head office where...
Amman, Jordan
SECURITY GUARDS KEEP WATCH AT INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE OF RED CROSS HEAD
OFFICE.
Two security guards keep watch at the International Committee of the
Red Cross (ICRC) head office where delegations from Iraq, kuwait and
Saudi Arabia hold their talks in Amman January 8, 2003. Iraq ended
talks on wednesday for the first time in four years with its Gulf War
foes Kuwait and Saudi Arabia on the fate of hundreds of people who went
missing during the 1990-1991 conflict, officials said. The participants
agreed to meet again in Amman in two weeks, the ICRC said. REUTERS/Ali
Jarekji

AJ/CMC
KUWAIT MISSING
RTRG8Z0
January 07, 2003
Abed al-Rahaman al-Owhaily, head of Saudi delegation, leaves the
offices of the International Committee...
Amman, Jordan
HEAD OF SAUDI DELEGATIONS LEAVES THE RED CROSS OFFICES IN AMMAN.
Abed al-Rahaman al-Owhaily, head of Saudi delegation, leaves the
offices of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Amman
January 7, 2003. Iraq held talks on Wednesday for the first time in
four years with its Gulf War foes Kuwait and Saudi Arabia on the fate
of some 600 people who went missing during the 1990-1991 conflict,
officials said. The participants agreed to meet again in Amman in two
weeks, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said. It was
the first meeting on the issue since Iraq boycotted talks after a
U.S.-British bombing campaign in December 1998. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

AJ/JDP
KUWAIT MISSING
RTRG8Y3
January 07, 2003
Spokesman of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Muin
Kassis speaks to reporters ouside...
Amman, Jordan
SPOKESMAN OF ICRC KASSIS SPEAKS TO REPORTERS OUTSICE ICRC HEAD OFFICE
IN AMMAN.
Spokesman of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Muin
Kassis speaks to reporters ouside the head office in Amman January 7,
2003. Iraq ended talks on wednesday for the first time in four years
with its Gulf War foes Kuwait and Saudi Arabia on the fate of hundreds
of people who went missing during the 1990-1991 conflict. REUTERS/Ali
Jarekji

AJ/CMC
KUWAIT MISSING
RTRG8V0
January 07, 2003
Head of the delegation from Iraq leave the International Committee of
the Red Cross head office in Amman...
Amman, Jordan
HEAD OF IRAQI DELEGATION LEAVES THE INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE OF THE RED
CROSS HEAD.
Head of the delegation from Iraq leave the International Committee of
the Red Cross head office in Amman January 7, 2003. Iraq held talks on
Wednesday for the first time in four years with its Gulf War foes
Kuwait and Saudi Arabia on the fate of some 600 people who went missing
during the 1990-1991 conflict, officials said. The participants agreed
to meet again in Amman in two weeks, the International Committee of the
Red Cross (ICRC) said. It was the first meeting on the issue since Iraq
boycotted talks after a U.S.-British bombing campaign in December 1998.
REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

AJ/JDP
MIDEAST
RTRD3OY
October 31, 2002
Iraqi trade minister Mohammed Mehdi Saleh (R) celebrates with Saudi
Arabian trade official Abdul Rahman...
Ar'ar
IRAQI TRADE MINISTER MOHAMMED MEHDI SALEH CELEBRATES WITH SAUDI ARABIA
TRADE OFFICIAL ABDUL RAHMAN EL-ZAMEL....
Iraqi trade minister Mohammed Mehdi Saleh (R) celebrates with Saudi
Arabian trade official Abdul Rahman el-Zamel (L) after they opened the
Ar'ar border crossing, 340kms (210 miles) south of Baghdad October 31,
2002. Iraq has reopened a border crossing with Saudi Arabia, allowing
through people and goods for the first time since it was shut in the
1990-91 Gulf War. The reopening is one of several signs that Baghdad,
facing a U.S. and British campaign, wants to improve its relationship
with its former 1991 Gulf War foe. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem

SJS
MIDEAST
RTRD3OK
October 31, 2002
Saudi Arabian officials enter the Ar'ar border crossing with Iraq
340kms (210 miles) south of Baghdad...
Ar'ar
SAUDI ARABIAN OFFICIALS ENTER AR'AR BORDER CROSSING WITH IRAQ.
Saudi Arabian officials enter the Ar'ar border crossing with Iraq
340kms (210 miles) south of Baghdad October 31, 2002. Iraq has reopened
a border crossing with Saudi Arabia, allowing through people and goods
for the first time since it was shut in the 1990-91 Gulf War. The
reopening is one of several signs that Baghdad, facing a U.S. and
British campaign, wants to improve its relationship with its former
1991 Gulf War foe. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem

SJS
MIDEAST
RTRD3MW
October 31, 2002
Iraqi workers build gate for Ar'ar border crossing with Saudi Arabia
340 Km (210 miles) south of Baghdad...
Ar'ar
IRAQI WORKERS BUILD GATE FOR AR'AR BORDER CROSSING WITH SAUDI ARABIA
340 KM SOUTH OF BAGHDAD.
Iraqi workers build gate for Ar'ar border crossing with Saudi Arabia
340 Km (210 miles) south of Baghdad October 31, 2002. Iraq has reopened
a border crossing with Saudi Arabia, allowing through people and goods
for the first time since it was shut in the 1990-91 Gulf War. The
reopening is one of several signs that Baghdad, facing a U.S. and
British campaign, wants to improve its relationship with its former
1991 Gulf War foe. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem

SJS/GB
IRAQ KUWAIT MISSING
RTRG8VN
October 28, 2002
Portraits of some of over 600 missing internees believed to be held in
Iraq line the walls of a memorial...
Kuwait City, Kuwait
PORTRAITS OF KUWAITI PRISONERS OF WAR LINE WALLS.
Portraits of some of over 600 missing internees believed to be held in
Iraq line the walls of a memorial in Kuwait City in a October 28, 2002
file photo. Iraq held talks on Wednesday for the first time in four
years with its Gulf War foes Kuwait and Saudi Arabia on the fate of
hundreds of people who went missing during the 1990-1991 conflict,
officials said. The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)
said it was chairing the meeting in the Jordanian capital for the first
time since Iraq boycotted talks after a U.S.-British bombing campaign
in December 1998. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/
KUWAIT IRAQ
RTRC8H0
October 16, 2002
Kuwait City inhabitants look at a dead body of an Iraqi soldier in
Kuwait City after the withdrawal...
Kuwait City, Kuwait - State of
KUWAITI CITY RESIDENTS LOOK AT DEAD IRAQI SOLDIER.
Kuwait City inhabitants look at a dead body of an Iraqi soldier in
Kuwait City after the withdrawal of Iraqi army from Kuwait on February
27, 1991. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer

ME
IRAQ CHECKPOINT
RTRC8FP
October 16, 2002
Iraqi soldiers, their hands raised, walk to a U.S. position on March
19, 1991 as they surrender. The...
Kuwait, Iraq - Republic of
IRAQI SOLDIERS WALK TO US POSITION TO SURRENDER.
Iraqi soldiers, their hands raised, walk to a U.S. position on March
19, 1991 as they surrender. The soldiers are searched, disarmed, and
sent back to Iraq. REUTERS/Russel Boyce

ME
AMIRYIA SHELTER
RTRB4CT
September 26, 2002
An Iraqi woman stands before a sign that reads "Let Iraq Live" placed
under a big crater in the ceiling...
Baghdad
AN IRAQI WOMAN STANDS BEFORE A SIGN IN AMIRYIA SHELTER IN BAGHDAD.
An Iraqi woman stands before a sign that reads "Let Iraq Live" placed
under a big crater in the ceiling of Amiriya Shelter in Baghdad,
September 26, 2002. The crater was caused by two laser-guided American
bombs that hit the shelter during the U.S.-led 1991 Gulf War. The
shelter was bombed by U.S-led Gulf war in 1990. Iraq said on Thursday
U.S. warplanes had raided Basra civilian airport and damaged its radar
system, in the latest attack by Western jets enforcing no-fly zones
over Iraq. REUTERS/ Faleh Kheiber REUTERS

FK
YEAREND PICTURES
RTRANOG
September 16, 2002
Iraqi soldiers stand behind coffins in the middle of the desert at the
Iranian border near the town...
Fakke
YEAREND PICTURES 2002.
Iraqi soldiers stand behind coffins in the middle of the desert at the
Iranian border near the town of Fakke, 400 km south-east of Baghdad
September 17, 2002. As the Iraqi government tried to avoid another
conflict in their oil-rich country by offering to re-admit U.N. weapons
inspectors, the Iraqi army exchanged 120 coffins with Iran which
contained the remains of victims of their fierce war with their
neighbouring country. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

AS
IRAQ MISSING
RTRP3V3
November 07, 2001
Iraqi men, women and children hold pictures of their relatives they say
have been missing in Kuwait...
Baghdad
IRAQI FAMILIES HOLD OICTURES OF THEIR SONS MISSING IN KUWAIT SINCE 1991
GULF WAR.
Iraqi men, women and children hold pictures of their relatives they say
have been missing in Kuwait since the 1991 Gulf war in front of the
Jordanian Embassy in Baghdad November 7, 2001. Iraq says more than
1,400 Iraqis are still listed as missing in action since its 1990
invasion of Kuwait. REUETERS/Faleh Kheiber

fk
IRAQ MISSING
RTROUKX
October 31, 2001
An Iraqi man cries over his son said to be missing in Kuwait during the
1991 Gulf war, in front of Iraqi...
Baghdad
IRAQI MAN CRIES OVER SON SAID TO BE MISSING IN KUWAIT DURING THE 1991
GULF WAR.
An Iraqi man cries over his son said to be missing in Kuwait during the
1991 Gulf war, in front of Iraqi foreign ministry in Baghdad October
31, 2001. Iraq said more than 1,400 Iraqis are missing in action from
its 1990 invasion of Kuwait. REUETERS/Faleh Kheiber

FK/CLH/
IRAQ MISSING
RTROUKS
October 31, 2001
Iraqi women hold pictures of their sons said to be missing in Kuwait
during the 1991 Gulf war, in front...
Baghdad
IRAQI WOMEN HOLD PICTURES OF THEIR SONS SAID TO BE MISSING IN KUWAIT
DURING THE 1991 GULF WAR.
Iraqi women hold pictures of their sons said to be missing in Kuwait
during the 1991 Gulf war, in front of Iraqi foreign ministry in Baghdad
October 31, 2001. Iraq said more than 1,400 Iraqis are missing in
action from its 1990 invasion of Kuwait. REUETERS/Faleh Kheiber

FK/CLH/
KUWAIT
RTXKC4G
February 25, 2001
A young girl in Kuwaiti national dress looks up at pictures of hundreds of people missing since the 1990-1991...
Kuwait City, Kuwait
A young girl in Kuwaiti national dress looks up at pictures of hundreds of people missing since the .....
A young girl in Kuwaiti national dress looks up at pictures of hundreds of people missing since the 1990-1991 Gulf Crisis, on display at a major celebration marking the end of Iraq's occupation of Kuwait 10 years ago, in Kuwait City, February 25, 2001. Kuwait says the missing are in Iraqi prisons but Baghdad denies knowledge of their whereabouts. [Former U.S. President George Bush was among several foreign guests who gathered in Kuwait to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the end of the Gulf War.]
IRAQ KUWAIT LIBERATION
RTRES93
February 25, 2001
A young girl in Kuwaiti national dress looks up at pictures of hundreds of people missing since the 1990-1991...
Kuwait, Kuwait
A KUWAITI GIRL LOOKS AT PICTURES OF MISSING PERSONS FROM GULF WAR.
A young girl in Kuwaiti national dress looks up at pictures of hundreds of people missing since the 1990-1991 Gulf Crisis, on display at a major celebration marking the end of Iraq's occupation of Kuwait 10 years ago, in Kuwait City, February 25, 2001. Kuwait says the missing are in Iraqi prisons but Baghdad denies knowledge of their whereabouts. Former U.S. President George Bush was among several foreign guests who gathered in Kuwait to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the end of the Gulf War.

SM/CRB
UAE
RTXK7KS
January 12, 2001
- FILE PHOTO 17JAN91 - Kuwaiti exiles read a local newspaper announcing the start of the Gulf War in...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
- FILE PHOTO 17JAN91 - Kuwaiti exiles read a local newspaper announcing the start of the Gulf War in.....
- FILE PHOTO 17JAN91 - Kuwaiti exiles read a local newspaper announcing the start of the Gulf War in Dubai in this January 17, 1991 file photo. Thousands of Kuwaitis fled their country in 1990 after it was invaded by Iraqi forces. January 17, 2001 is the 10th anniversary of the commencement of the coalition's Desert Storm air and bombing campaign to free Kuwait from Iraqi occupation.
KUWAIT
RTXK8GO
January 10, 2001
- FILE PHOTO 26FEB91 - A file photo dated February 26, 1991 of a U.S. soldier standing night guard as...
Kuwait City, Kuwait
- FILE PHOTO 26FEB91 - A file photo dated February 26, 1991 of a U.S. soldier standing night guard a.....
- FILE PHOTO 26FEB91 - A file photo dated February 26, 1991 of a U.S. soldier standing night guard as oil wells burn in the distance in Kuwait, just south of the Iraqi border on the last night of the Gulf War. Hundreds of burning oil wells lit up the sky after they were sabotaged by retreating Iraqi soldiers. January 17, 2001 is the 10th anniversary of the commencement of the coalition's Desert Storm air and bombing campaign to free Kuwait from Iraqi occupation.
KUWAIT
RTR1NMY
February 26, 2000
Kuwait Oil Minister Sheikh Saud Nasser al-Sabah and former U.S. Ambassador to Kuwait Edward Ghnem lays...
Bayan, Kuwait - State of
KUWAIT-US CELEBRATE END OF IRAQI OCCUPATION.
Kuwait Oil Minister Sheikh Saud Nasser al-Sabah and former U.S. Ambassador to Kuwait Edward Ghnem lays a wreath on February 26, at a monument for U.S.Martyers in the 1991 Gulf War which ended Iraq's occupation of Kuwait. Sheikh Saud was Kuwait's Ambassador to the United States during the 1990-1991 Gulf Crisis while Ghnem was the first U.S. Ambassador in Kuwait after the end of the occupation.

SEM/FMS
IRAQ
RTRS4YK
November 07, 1999
Visiting British MP George Galloway (R) lays a bouquette of flowers November 7 at the Iraqi 'martyrs'...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
BRITISH MP GALLOWAY VISITS IRAQ.
Visiting British MP George Galloway (R) lays a bouquette of flowers November 7 at the Iraqi 'martyrs' Ameriya Shelter which was bombed by U.S. forces during the 1991Gulf War. The bombing claimed the lives of 452 people, mostly women and children. Galloway is campaigning to lift U.N. sanctions on Iraq clamped for its 1990 invasion of Kuwait.

FH//ME
IRAQ PARLIAMENT
RTRLB9S
January 26, 1999
Members of the Iraqi Parliament accuse leaders of Saudi Arabia and Kuwait of taking part in last month's...
Baghdad
IRAQI MPS BLAST GULF LEADERS OVER U.S. ATTACK.
Members of the Iraqi Parliament accuse leaders of Saudi Arabia and Kuwait of taking part in last month's U.S.-led air raids against Iraq and called for an Arab tribunal to try them during an extraordinary session of parliament 26 January. Some MPs also called for revoking recognition of Kuwait, whose 1990 invasion by Iraq led to the 1991 Gulf War, and of the border demarcation.

FMS
IRAQ
RTRL1V6
January 16, 1999
Iraqis gather under a wall scrawled with the words "Down U.S.A." making victory signs in the southern...
Basrah
IRAQIS GATHER UNDER A WALL SCRAWLED WITH THE WORDS 'DOWN USA' IN BASRAH.
Iraqis gather under a wall scrawled with the words "Down U.S.A." making victory signs in the southern Iraqi city of Basrah January 16, the day Iraq marks the anniversary of the start of 1991 Gulf War when a U.S-led coalition freed Kuwait from Iraqi occupation. Before Iraq's 1990 invasion of its southern neighbour Kuwait, Basrah was a popular destination for many Kuwaiti's crossing the border.

HRM/WS
JORDAN
RTXHXEG
November 01, 1998
Iraqi women try to sell a few cheap domestic goods on a pavement in the Jordanian capital Amman November...
Iraqi women try to sell a few cheap domestic goods on a pavement in the Jordanian capital Amman Nove.....
Iraqi women try to sell a few cheap domestic goods on a pavement in the Jordanian capital Amman November 1. Tens of thousands of Iraqis have fled their country since sanctions were imposed eight years ago for its 1990 invasion of Kuwait. Iraq [announced on Saturday it was stopping all cooperation with U.N. weapons inspectors charged under the ceasefire terms of the 1991 Gulf War with dismantling Baghdad's weapons of mass destruction. The sanctions cannot be lifted until the inspectors declare their work complete.]
RTRIXMK
November 01, 1998
Iraqi women try to sell a few cheap domestic goods on a pavement in the Jordanian capital Amman November...
Jordan
IRAQI WOMEN SELL GOODS ON THE STREETS OF AMMAN.
Iraqi women try to sell a few cheap domestic goods on a pavement in the Jordanian capital Amman November 1. Tens of thousands of Iraqis have fled their country since sanctions were imposed eight years ago for its 1990 invasion of Kuwait. Iraq announced on Saturday it was stopping all cooperation with U.N. weapons inspectors charged under the ceasefire terms of the 1991 Gulf War with dismantling Baghdad's weapons of mass destruction. The sanctions cannot be lifted until the inspectors declare their work complete.

AJ/KC
IRAQ UN
RTRU82X
October 31, 1998
Iraqis in Jordan sell Iraqi-made coats and leather goods on a pavement in the Jordanian capital Amman,...
Amman, Jordan
IRAQIS IN JORDAN SELL IRAQI MADE GOODS.
Iraqis in Jordan sell Iraqi-made coats and leather goods on a pavement in the Jordanian capital Amman, October 31. Tens of thousands of Iraqis have fled their country since sanctions were imposed eight years ago for its 1990 invasion of Kuwait. Iraq announced on Saturday it was stopping all cooperation with U.N. weapons inspectors charged under the ceasefire terms of the 1991 Gulf War with dismantling Baghdad's weapons of mass destruction. The sanctions cannot be lifted until the inspectors declare their work complete.

DE/KC
JORDAN UN
RTRIWYA
October 31, 1998
An Iraqi woman sells domestic goods on a pavement in the Jordanian capital Amman, October 31. Tens of...
Amman, Jordan
IRAQIS WOMEN SELL IRAQI.
An Iraqi woman sells domestic goods on a pavement in the Jordanian capital Amman, October 31. Tens of thousands of Iraqis have fled their country since sanctions were imposed eight years ago for its 1990 invasion of Kuwait. Iraq announced on Saturday it was stopping all cooperation with U.N. weapons inspectors charged under the ceasefire terms of the 1991 Gulf War with dismantling Baghdad's weapons of mass destruction. The sanctions cannot be lifted until the inspectors declare their work complete.

DE/EB
IRAQ UN
RTRIWY4
October 31, 1998
An Iraqi woman tries to sell a few cheap domestic goods on a pavement in the Jordanian capital Amman,...
Amman, Jordan
IRAQI WOMAN TRIES TO SELL CHEAP DOMESTIC GOODS IN AMMAN.
An Iraqi woman tries to sell a few cheap domestic goods on a pavement in the Jordanian capital Amman, October 31. Tens of thousands of Iraqis have fled their country since sanctions were imposed eight years ago for its 1990 invasion of Kuwait. Iraq announced on Saturday it was stopping all cooperation with U.N. weapons inspectors charged under the ceasefire terms of the 1991 Gulf War with dismantling Baghdad's weapons of mass destruction. The sanctions cannot be lifted until the inspectors declare their work complete.

DE/KC
RTRBYJT
March 04, 1998
British Ambassador to Kuwait, Graham Boyce, (R) receives a poster from a child whose brother has been...
Kuwait
KUWAITI STUDENTS HAND LETTER TO BRITISH AMBASSADOR
British Ambassador to Kuwait, Graham Boyce, (R) receives a poster from a child whose brother has been missing since Iraq's 1990-1991 seven month occupation of Kuwait March 4. Kuwaiti University students accompanied the child as they handed the ambassador an appeal on behalf of some 600 people missing since the Gulf war.

IRAQ KUWAIT MISSING
RTRAJOT
January 17, 1998
In a televised address commemorating the start of the 1991 Gulf War Iraqi President Saddam Hussein said...
IRAQ PRESIDENT SADDAM HUSSEIN GIVES TELEVISED ADDRESS
In a televised address commemorating the start of the 1991 Gulf War Iraqi President Saddam Hussein said Iraq was determined to carry out parliamentary resolutions announced last year to halt the arms inspections January 17. The Iraqi leader warned that Iraq would halt all United Nations weapons inspections within months unless sanctions imposed on Iraq were quickly lifted.

IRAQ SADDAM
IRAQ
RTRGPOE
January 15, 1992
Iraqi residents walk past a poster of President Saddam Hussein outside
the Sheraton hotel in Baghdad,...
Baghdad
IRAQI WALK PAST POSTER OF SADDAM HUSSEIN IN BAGHDAD.
Iraqi residents walk past a poster of President Saddam Hussein outside
the Sheraton hotel in Baghdad, Iraq, on January 15, 1992. REUTERS/Bernd
Debusmann

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IRAQ
RTRC8H8
June 08, 1991
General Norman Schwarzkopf and U.S. Pesident Bush salute troops passing
the presidential reviewing stand...
Washington, United States of America
PRESIDENT BUSH AND GEN SCHWARZKOPF SALUTE TROOPS.
General Norman Schwarzkopf and U.S. Pesident Bush salute troops passing
the presidential reviewing stand during Desert Storm Victory parade in
Washington, June 8, 1991. The parade was held after the war against
Iraq. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

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IRAQ
RTRC8F4
May 03, 1991
A truck full of Iraqi soldiers and their belongins pass a United States
Marine Hummvee as they head...
None, Iraq - Republic of
IRAQIS IN TRUCK RIDE PAST US MARINES.
A truck full of Iraqi soldiers and their belongins pass a United States
Marine Hummvee as they head South on May 3, 1991. REUTERS/Rob Taggart

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GULF
RTRCUG5
March 03, 1991
File photo of Allied Forces Commander U.S. General Norman Schwarzkopf (L)
meeting with Iraqi Lt-General...
Safwan
FILE PHOTO FROM GULF WAR OF IRAQI SURRENDER TO SCHWARZKOPF.
File photo of Allied Forces Commander U.S. General Norman Schwarzkopf (L)
meeting with Iraqi Lt-General Khalid Sultan Ahmed (2nd R) and other
unidentified Iraqi commanders in Safwan occupied Iraq March 3, 1991. The
meeting was to set conditions for cease fire and surrender ending the Gulf
War. PP03030031 REUTERS/ANDY CLARK

AC/CLH/
GULF WAR
RTRD016
March 02, 1991
A file photo of a Kuwaiti freedom fighter standing outside his house in
Kuwait City March 2, 1991 in...
Kuwait City, Kuwait
FILE PHOTO OF KUWAITI FREEDOM FIGHTER AFTER GULF WAR.
A file photo of a Kuwaiti freedom fighter standing outside his house in
Kuwait City March 2, 1991 in the days following the liberation of the city
by allied forces in Gulf War. PP03030031 REUTERS/ANDY CLARK

AC/CRB
GULF
RTRD00S
March 01, 1991
A file photo dated March 1, 1991 of Arab soldiers including Kuwaitis and
Saudi Arabians celebrating...
Kuwait City, Kuwait
FILE PHOTO OF ARAB SOLDIERS CELEBRATING IN LIBERATED KUWAIT AFTER
GULF WAR.
A file photo dated March 1, 1991 of Arab soldiers including Kuwaitis and
Saudi Arabians celebrating in the streets of Kuwait City following the
liberation of the city from Iraqi forces during the Gulf War.
PP03030031 REUTERS/ANDY CLARK

AC/CRB
GULF
RTRD010
February 28, 1991
File photo dated February 28, 1991 of Kuwaiti citizens walking south along
the Basra highway heading...
Kuwait Iraq Border, Kuwait
FILE PHOTO OF KUWAITIS RETURNING FROM IRAQ AFTER GULF WAR.
File photo dated February 28, 1991 of Kuwaiti citizens walking south along
the Basra highway heading back to Kuwait following the end of the Gulf War,
past a burning Iraqi APC destroyed by U.S. aircraft while retreating from
Kuwait. PP03030031 REUTERS/ANDY CLARK

AC/CRB
GULF
RTR8F6S
February 28, 1991
FILE PHOTO - Two dead Iraqi soldiers lie in front of a T-72 Soviet-made
tank, February 28, 1991. REUTERS/Win...
Desert, Kuwait
FILE PHOTO - TWO DEAD IRAQI SOLDIERS LIE IN FRONT OF A TANK AFTER A
BATTLE WITH US TROOPS.
FILE PHOTO - Two dead Iraqi soldiers lie in front of a T-72 Soviet-made
tank, February 28, 1991. REUTERS/Win McNamee

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KUWAIT
RTRC8GQ
February 27, 1991
Kuwaiti and Saudi soldiers dance as they arrive in downtown Kuwait city
after the withdrawal of the...
Kuwait City, Kuwait - State of
KUWAITI AND SAUDI SOLDIERS DANCE IN KUWAIT CITY.
Kuwaiti and Saudi soldiers dance as they arrive in downtown Kuwait city
after the withdrawal of the Iraqi army from Kuwait on February 27,
1991. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer

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