May 9, 2001
The Syrian public company, Chemical Industries, is intending to produce 400,000 tons of phosphoric fertilizers by the end of the current five-year plan, which is to end in 2005.
May 8, 2001
The Syrian government summoned Tuesday the US and French ambassadors to Damascus to protest both countries' criticising as "anti-Semitic" remarks by P
Syria is the world’s sixth largest producer of olives, and after a surge in olive tree planting over the last five years it could overtake Turkey and
Pope John Paul heads to Malta on Tuesday to beatify two priests and a nun, after a landmark journey to Syria in which he became the first pope to ente
Syria has recently taken initial steps to set up a technology park, somewhere in the center of the country, most likely in Aleppo, which is estimated to cost up to one billion dollars.
Syria has recently taken initial steps to set up a one billion dollar technology park, somewhere in the center of the country, most likely in Aleppo.
The Real Estate Bank, a state-owned Syrian bank, informed the public that it had opened the first three ATM machines in different areas of Damascus.
May 7, 2001
Pope John Paul has once again called for peace and forgiveness, this time in the rubble of Quneitra, a town destroyed by Israel in 1974.
All eight crew members of a Syrian cargo ship were rescued in the southeastern Aegean on Monday after being forced to abandon ship as it sank in high
Syria renewed its verbal onslaught on Israel on Monday, accusing the Jewish state of a long history of crimes against Palestinians and against sites s
Israeli President Moshe Katsav lambasted Syrian President Bashar Assad Sunday, implying that he would do much better to follow his late father's examp
May 6, 2001
Pope John Paul II has become the first Roman Catholic Pontiff in history to visit a Muslim mosque. Accompanied by Syria's leading Muslim clerics, the
Syria plans to continue its military dialogue with Turkey amid proposals for defense cooperation.
Pope John Paul began a historic pilgrimage to Syria on Saturday with an emotional plea to Israel and its Arab neighbors to turn "fear into trust" to e
May 5, 2001
Syrian Prime Minister Mustafa Miro will pay an official visit to Baghdad in the near future, reported the London- based daily Al Hayat.