July 9, 2001
A Saudi mobile company has begun talks with Iranian and Syrian telecommunications officials on cooperation in cellular phone services.
Al Bahth Anel Mustahil (Searching for the Impossible) is a new Syrian TV series costarring Bassel Khayyat, who plays a doctor who moves to Damascus to flee a failed romance,
Syria is planning to increase the number of incoming tourists by 25 percent annually, hoping to attract some four million tourists yearly by 2005.
Syrian Foreign Minister Faruq Al-Shara on Thursday, July 5, criticized UN sanctions against Iraq, saying they could cause long-term damage to the country's stability. Speaking in London during a two-
July 8, 2001
The Syrian government is planning to attract investments worth $21 billion that would create of 516,000 jobs, as part of a five-year plan ending in 20
The long-awaited visit to Damascus by Palestinian President Yasser Arafat is expected to take place on July 17 at the invitation of President Bashar A
Ya Khi Isaal (Why Don’t You Ask?) is the title of Assalah’s latest album, which consists of eight beautiful Khaliji (Gulf) songs,
July 7, 2001
Syrian President Bashar Al Assad will pay a two-day visit to Germany on Tuesday in response to an official invitation by Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder.
Syrian actress Raghda has been tapped for the role of a martyr’s mother in a new movie about the Palestinian uprising, or Intifada, against 34 years of Israeli military occupation.
Syrian screenwriter Qamar Al Zaman Aloush has recently adapted Isabel Allende’s novel The House of the Spirits into a drama entitled Al Arwah Al Muhajira (Emigrated Spirits)
July 5, 2001
Syrian opposition groups abroad have welcomed a government decision to allow a forum run by moderate Islamists to carry out cultural activities and a
Jordan and Syria are currently holding another round of talks on bilateral water issues, said Jordan’s Minister of Water Hazem Nasser on Wednesday.
July 4, 2001
Syria has abolished two key taxes in order to boost non-oil exports.
Iraq will open in July a maritime transport office in the Syrian Mediterranean seaport of Tartous, the official SANA news agency said Tuesday, July 3. Syrian Transportation Minister Makram Obeid and
Iraqi and Syrian nationals can now travel between the two countries "without prior authorization" for the first time in almost two decades, an Arab diplomat in Baghdad said Tuesday, July 3. "National