May 7, 2001
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.
Pope John Paul began a pilgrimage to Syria on Saturday with a call to all feuding parties in the Arab-Israeli conflict to seek a lasting peace in the
May 4, 2001
Syria's Foreign Minister on Friday said that Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Peres had no plan for peace in the Middle East, despite his optimistic re
Egypt is said to have issued a pledge to help Syria in any war against Israel.
Pope John Paul arrived in Athens on Friday at the start of a six-day trip to Greece, Syria and Malta.
May 3, 2001
Lebanon’s Maronite Patriarch Nasrallah Sfeir announced on Wednesday that he will not accompany Pope John Paul II on the latter’s historic trip to Syri
May 2, 2001
Syrian and Sudan have signed an agreement aimed at increasing their cooperation in the fields of science and research.
Syrian President Bashar Assad arrives on Wednesday in Spain for talks on bilateral and regional issues with King Juan Carlos and Prime Minister Jose M
Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Moussa left Saudi Arabia on Tuesday after discussing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with Saudi officials, following a
Speaking at a banking conference in Damascus, the chairman of the Syrian Chamber of Commerce described a set of new banking laws before his country’s parliament as legislation that could revolutionize