July 1, 2001
Trade value between Baghdad and Damascus is expected to climb to more than $1 billion in 2001, Iraqi Trade Minister Mohammad Mehdi Saleh said Saturday
The Lebanese Hizbollah movement attacked Israeli posts in Shabaa farms with mortars, Reported Radio Israel Sunday. The attack came only hours after I
The value of trade between Baghdad and Damascus is expected to climb to more than $1 billion in 2001, Iraqi Trade Minister Mohammad Mehdi Saleh said Saturday, June 30, at the opening of a Syrian fair.
June 30, 2001
Lebanese Hizbollah fighters wounded two Israeli soldiers on Friday, and the Jewish state blamed Syria for the attack.
June 29, 2001
A Lebanese non-governmental organization called Friday for an international probe into the "very possible existence" of mass graves following a 1990 S
A recently published economic report by the Syrian government reveals that the Syrian GDP climbed by 10.5 percent in 2000 compared with the previous year.
June 28, 2001
The Syrian cabinet has approved a draft law to allow loss-making state companies to be run by private sector managers.
Syrian President Bashar Al Assad left France on Wednesday after a state visit dogged by protests about his country's human rights record, but praised
June 27, 2001
Syrian President Bashar Al Assad said Wednesday that journalist Nizar Nayyouf was free to leave Syria if he so wished.
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon said Tuesday that he would happily meet Syrian President Bashar Assad and attempt to negotiate a peace agreement b
Syrian President Bashar Al Assad on Tuesday sought to clear up an alleged "misunderstanding" over remarks he made to Pope John Paul II that have been
Egyptian actor Noor Al Sherif has accepted an offer to perform the role of Saif Al Dawlah Al Hamadani in a historical television series.
The Syrian government is hoping to attract 1,260 billion Syrian pounds ($25 billion) worth of investments through its upcoming five-year development plan.
June 26, 2001
Israel's security organizations are concerned about the possibility that Syrian intelligence services could recruit visiting Arab Israelis.
Syrian President Bashar Al Assad warned in Paris Monday that the Middle East peace process was in danger of collapse because "the culture of peace is