The Los Angeles Times declared that Saddam's "announcement signaled the possibility of the first real movement in the four-month-old Persian Gulf crisis
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At the end of that year the cabinet decided to amend its resolution on the economic sanctions toward Iraq for the first time since their introduction during the Gulf crisis
, lifting the ban on visa payments and other costs for traveling to Iraq as well as on the running costs of offices in Iraq for commercial activities related to humanitarian issues.
Motorists are facing another hike in petrol prices following the latest Gulf crisis
Executives said that was a blow to businesses still recovering from $5 billion in losses incurred during the 1990-91 Persian Gulf crisis
Highlights of his military career include assignments as Commander, NAS South Weymouth Base Augmentation Unit; Commanding Officer of a reserve A-6 tactical Aviation Squadron; more than 400 carrier landings and 2,000 hours in Navy aircraft, and service in the Persian Gulf crisis
, where he instructed attack pilots in weapon delivery.
Of these, about one million are so-called Category A claims, from expatriate workers who lost their jobs in Kuwait and Iraq as a result of the Gulf crisis
The Gulf crisis
that broke out at the beginning of August however was a great misfortune and the favourable pictur ethat had begun to appear during the first half of the year turned murky in the second.
The foreign investment market, he notes, was largely characterized by inactivity throughout the Gulf Crisis
But the damage from the Persian Gulf crisis
went beyond the direct effect of higher oil prices.
The psychologist uses maps, toy tanks, soldiers and aircraft in a simulated "Desert City" to explain the Persian Gulf crisis
The Kuwaiti leader expresses hope that the Gulf crisis
will be resolved without war.