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Iraq's state airline will resume flights to Kuwait this week for the first time since former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein invaded the Gulf oil state in 1990, Kuwait said on Tuesday, in a sign of improved bilateral ties. Diplomatic relations improved last year after Kuwait and Iraq came to a settlement over Gulf War-era debts, [...]

Iraq tables first Kuwait flights since 1990

Sylvia Westall reports for Reuters:

Iraq's state airline will resume flights to Kuwait this week for the first time since former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein invaded the Gulf oil state in 1990, Kuwait said on Tuesday, in a sign of improved bilateral ties.

Diplomatic relations improved last year after Kuwait and Iraq came to a settlement over Gulf War-era debts, and were bolstered by a series of bilateral visits involving Kuwait's ruler and Iraq's prime minister.

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