April 28, 2002
The Syrian National Symphony Orchestra performed a concert conducted by Egyptian maestro Ahmed al Saedi, last week at the Umayyad Conference Palace in Damascus.
Syrian director Najdat Anzur resumed shooting his two series Akher al Fursan (Last Knight) and al Masloub (Robbed) after few months halt.
Turkey’s domestic steel consumption dropped by 34 percent in 2001, in line with a 9.4 percent decrease in production during the same period, reported Cumhuriyet . Turkey’s Association of Iron and Ste
Israeli wafer manufacturer Tower Semiconductor received a $41.07 million installment, part of the $305 million investment committed to the Fab 2 project by its partners. n connection with the installm
Canon Middle East announced that Puzant Yacoubian and Sons has been appointed as its new distribution partner for its photographic and video products in Syria, in a bid to increase the company’s marke
The Saudi Aqariya Real Estate Company posted 27.8 million Saudi riyals (seven million dollars) in profits for the first quarter of 2002, compared with the first quarter figure of SR 18.3 million in 20
April 27, 2002
Four Israelis were killed Saturday morning after two Palestinian fighters infiltrated a West Bank settlement, west of Hebron. The attackers managed to
Dubai Municipality has commenced renovating Aleppo Citadel, one of the historical landmarks in Syria which enjoys international repute. It is part of
Under the title “Salute to Jenin Camp”, the Ghassan Kanafani Cultural Forum in Damascus screened last week three films depict the Palestinian refugee camps.
April 26, 2002
U.S. President George W. Bush voiced exasperation Friday with fresh Israeli offensives but said U.S. support for the Jewish state is unequivocal. "We
April 25, 2002
Israeli analysts warned that Ariel Sharon’s plans might continue to ignite the situation at the borders with Syria, Lebanon and even Egypt in order to
Israeli forces were still conducting searches in the occupied Golan Heights on Thursday morning after receiving warnings of a possible infiltration ac
Syrian comedy star Duraid Lahham started his artistic career in 1960 when the Syrian TV was opened by playing the role as Ghawwar, which he innovated in many comedy series.
Al Aqsa Intifada and the Palestinians’ resistance of the Israeli occupation have constituted an important source of inspiration for the Syrian filmmakers and TV directors.
The government of Dubai recently announced the establishment of the Dubai Metals and Commodities Center (DMCC). The new free zone will be the location of a full range of facilities for trading in gol