Syria

August 19, 2002

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Morocco’s oil imports dropped by 14.5 percent reaching $930 million in the first half of 2002 compared to one billion dollars during the first six months of last year, reported the Kingdom’s foreign t

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Negotiations were currently underway between Iran’s Central Iron Ore Company (ICIOC) and Saudi Arabia on a five-year deal that would see the export of 600,000 tons of Iron ore to the kingdom. ICIOC ha

August 18, 2002

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Damascus Radio reported on Saturday the “division among Americans regarding a strike against Iraq” and “President Bush and Israeli enthusiasm as to la

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Syrian Prime Minister, Mohammed Mustafa Miro received on Saturday Lebanese Mufti Mohammed Rushid Kabbani.   In the course of the meeting, discussions

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The captain and chief steward of a New York-bound EgyptAir flight grappled with each other in front of passengers, resulting in a two-hour delay in th

August 15, 2002

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On Wednesday, Damascus Radio reported that Israel’s aim behind the “Gaza First” proposal is that the security solutions which serve Israeli interests

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The return to Kuwait of national archives looted by Iraq during its occupation of the emirate will begin "within a few weeks", a United Nations envoy

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Syria’s deputy Prime Minister and foreign minister, Farouq al-Shara, arrived in Islamabad from New Delhi on Wednesday as special envoy of president Ba

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The Moroccan government has allocated 800 million dirhams ($74 million) to agricultural development. The funds will be used to develop farmland, purchase agricultural equipment and increase livestock

August 14, 2002

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An Egyptian man convicted of murder was beheaded Wednesday, the Saudi Interior Ministry said. Al-Hayel al-Sayed Mohammedain was found guilty of murder

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The health of Saudi Arabia's King Fahd is deteriorating despite his recent recovery from eye surgery, diplomats and a Saudi opposition group said.

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Syria and India highlighted in New Delhi on Tuesday the necessity of strengthening bilateral relations in political, economical, trade and scientific

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Damascus Radio has strongly denounced the attempts of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon to destroy the security and stability of the entire region,

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Nile Rating, an affiliate of Fitch Ratings, the international rating agency, raised the Egyptian Cement Company (ECC)’s rating from BBB to A-. The company's outlook was raised to A- due to its success

August 13, 2002

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Damascus Radio on Monday stressed that the aim of building the isolation wall, which Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is trying to build, is actual