April 20, 2001
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud said Thursday Israel should know “clearly and once and for all” that it would not achieve security by using force and
Israel’s raid on a Syrian radar station served not only to highlight the increasingly controversial presence of 35,000 Syrian troops in Lebanon, but it came at a time when the long dormant Syrian econ
April 19, 2001
Egypt and Syria discussed Wednesday ways of enhancing bilateral cooperation in the health care sector.
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat’s first visit to Damascus, set for this month, has been put on hold, according to the Israeli Haaretz newspaper.
April 18, 2001
Two months after the Syrian government clamped down on political forums and democratic campaigns, authorities in Damascus are seemingly regretting the
An emergency meeting of the Arab League ministerial council will be held Saturday, following a request by Lebanon and Syria, to discuss the recent Isr
April 17, 2001
Syria has promised revenge against Israel for its air raid on a Syrian military position in Lebanon, killing at least one soldier and injuring four ot
For the first time since 1963, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad authorized the creation of private banks in the country, in addition to banking secrecy, reported the official <I>SANA</I> news agency o
April 16, 2001
The United States on Monday condemned what it called a "dangerous escalation" in Middle East violence and blamed Hizbollah for provoking Israeli air s
April 15, 2001
Musical life in Syria, especially in Aleppo, was founded on the deep-rooted art known as al-Mouwashahat, that reached its climax at the hands of the artists in the city.
April 14, 2001
Tension between supporters and opponents of the Syrian military presence in Lebanon eased a notch on Friday, the 26th anniversary of the start of the
April 13, 2001
The Lebanese government said Thursday dialogue was the only way to resolve the "extreme tension" in the country, mainly stemming from a heated debate
April 12, 2001
Pro-Syrian Lebanese took to the streets Wednesday, their opponents satged sit-ins on university campuses. Meanwhile, a booby-trapped parcel exploded,
The great historical series “Zee Qar” is currently being photographed at the Dead Sea and Rum Valley in Jordan. The series is directed by Basel al-Khateeb
The new Syrian president, Bashar Assad, was believed to be more open to rethinking the Syrian-Lebanese relationship. But the truth is that even if he was prepared to consider withdrawing from its Leba