June 5, 2001
Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz embarks Tuesday on a four-nation tour that will take him to Syria, Germany, Sweden and Morocco.
Syrian Vice President Abdel-Halim Khaddam said Monday that no-one in Lebanon sought to make the country a source of trouble for Syria.
A massive one-billion-ton phosphate reserve has been discovered in Syria’s eastern districts.
Syrian director Hisham Sharbaji hopes to hit the jackpot with a new TV series called Nabil and Safaa.
June 4, 2001
Syrian Vice President Abdel Halim Khaddam, who collapsed while addressing a meeting in northern Lebanon Sunday, was discharged from a hospital in Trip
Syrian President Bashar Al Assad and his Egyptian counterpart Hosni Mubarak discussed Sunday in a telephone conversation "threats directed against the
Syrian actress Amal Araf recently traveled to Egypt, where she will meet with several poets and composers while working on an album,
June 3, 2001
Syria's state-run television said Sunday that Vice President Abdel Halim Khaddam was in "satisfactory" condition after collapsing at a meeting in nort
Bahrain’s Prime Minister Sheikh Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa received Saturday a written message from his Syrian counterpart, Mohammed Mustafa Miro,
Sudan and Syria pledged Thursday, May 31, to strengthen bilateral ties of friendship and fraternity and joint cooperation in all fields. A joint communiqué signed marking the close of three days of d
June 2, 2001
Iran and Syria have signed an agreement to boost their bilateral cooperation in the area of electricity.
Turkey is defying a 1987 agreement by denying Syria access to its agreed upon quota of water from the Euphrates River, Syrian sources said on Friday.
After a tricky and potentially fatal operation in US, Georges Wassouf returned to Lebanon in the late hours of May 31 to find a crowd of some 2,000 people greeting him
May 31, 2001
Trade exchange between Syrian and Iran will reach $200 million in 2001, said Iran's Minister of Housing and Urban Development Ali Abdolali-Zadeh on We
Against the backdrop of simmering tensions in the Middle East, the UN Security Council on Wednesday extended through November the United Nations opera