July 2, 2002
Syria’s Deputy Premier and Foreign Minister, Farouk Al-Sharaa and his Egyptian counterpart, Ahmad Maher held a phone conversation, SANA reported Monda
Syrian director Asaad Eid has recently started shooting his new TV series “The Line of the End”, in old Damascus.
The Egyptian Gipsy King troupe will perform a concert Tuesday evening at the Cairo Opera House open theater.
The United Arab Emirates gross domestic product (GDP) is expected to increase by 3.5 percent this year, reaching $70 billion, the nation’s Minister of Planning stated. The country’s non-oil sectors' s
July 1, 2002
Syrian President Bashar Assad on Monday rebuffed U.S. pressure to cut ties with Hizbullah and expel Palestinian groups regarded as “terrorists” by Was
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak said he is to dispatch two envoys to Israel and the Palestinian territories on a mission to ease tensions in the regio
China has offered its deep condolences to Syria over the collapsed Zayaoun Dam and its victims and contributed an amount of 20 thousand dollars. The
Kuwait welcomed on Sunday the “positive assertions” made recently by United States President George W. Bush in his vision for a settlement to the Isra
Ties between Germany and Syria took a downward turn, after Damascus prevented German diplomats from meeting with jailed Syrian-born German Mohammad Ha
A car bomb exploded near the house of a high-ranking security official in the Yemen capital of Sanaa in the early hours of Sunday. The explosion too
Syrian Deputy Premier and Foreign Minister, Farouk al Shara received on Sunday the new Tunisian Ambassador to Syria, Mohammed Ali Qanzoui. Al Shara
Damascus Radio reported on Sunday that Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s “escalation of war” against the Palestinians was “not surprising”, becaus
Russian envoy for the Middle East peace process, Andre Vidofin, in Cairo on Sunday called on the international community to get actively involved to s
Syrian Prime Minister Mohammed Moustafa Miro received on Sunday a delegation representing the French Companies Group Movement. Discussions during th
Hizbullah on Sunday denied allegations reported in <i>The Washington Post</i> daily that it was cooperating with Osama bin Laden’s Al-Qaeda network.