March 21, 2001
Syria's military reportedly continues to decline amid a budget crunch and a refusal by Gulf countries to finance new programs.
March 20, 2001
By Mohammad Omar and Iyad Khlaifa Albawaba.com - Amman Former chief of the Lebanese army and military cabinet, Michel Aoun, accused Syria of “lying”
Visiting Iranian Foreign Minister Kamal Kharazi and his Syrian counterpart, Farouq Shara, called Tuesday on Arab countries to unify their positions du
Syrian President Bashar Assad’s wife, Asma Akhras made on Monday her first official public appearance since marrying Bashar more than two months ago.
Three Syrian workers were wounded Monday in an explosion at a construction site in downtown Beirut,
Syrian officials have denied that Damascus has deployed army units to the Druze-dominated Chouf mountain amid a rise of tension between Syrian and Dru
Syria, where no foot-and-mouth outbreak has yet been detected, banned livestock imports as well as derivative products from countries where the disease has been reported, the health ministry said Tues
Two Eminarti banks are to open branches in Syria. Khalifa Nuaimi, the CEO of Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank told newspapers that the bank’s aim is to enter the Syrian market as it is presently experiencing
Two Eminarti banks are to open branches in Syria, reported the daily newpaper <I>Tishrin</I> on Monday, March 19. Khalifa Nuaimi, the CEO of Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank told newspapers that the bank’s a
March 19, 2001
Iran's Foreign Minister Kamal Kharazi said Monday that Lebanon was in the front line against "the Israeli enemy," and called for more regional collabo
March 18, 2001
Half a century of state education monopoly ended Saturday in Syria with the announcement that permission had been granted for the first private intern
A Syrian-Palestinian summit, the first since 1996, will be held on the sidelines of the Arab summit in Amman on March 27th, said Syrian Foreign Minist
Syria and the European Union (EU) will hold negotiations on April 23rd to forge a partnership agreement.
The Iranian bus manufacturing company, Shihab Khadro, has offered free passenger transportation services within the Syrian capital, Damascus, provided
Lebanon's main union, the General Confederation of Lebanese Workers (GCLW), has voted in a new leader who is backed by pro-Syrian parties, although more than a third of the GCLW's executive council bo