June 2, 2001
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
Syrian President Bashar Al Assad stressed during talks Wednesday with Jordanian Foreign Minister Abd Ilah Al Khatib the need to reactivate Arab solida
The Syrian private industrial sector has recorded a 130 percent growth over the period between 1995 and 2000, in terms of the number of industrial enterprises operating throughout the country.
Residents of the village of Zamlaka, in the rural suburbs of Damascus, have been extremely concerned as of late about the leakage of sewage into their local drinking water supply.
May 30, 2001
A Jordanian delegation will head to Damascus soon to discuss with Syrian officials the possibility of getting more water supplies from the northern ne
Syria and Sudan will sign Wednesday 20 cooperation agreements in various fields at the end of a two-day meeting of a joint committee which convened Tu
Jordanian Foreign Minister Abdul Ilah Khatib will convey Wednesday a message from King Abdullah to Syrian President Bashar Al Assad on the situations
May 29, 2001
The family of a British man detained by the Syrian government for nearly a year have spoken for the first time about their fears that he may die behin
Arab Member of Knesset, Azmi Bishara is expected to be investigated Wednesday by the Jerusalem district police, on suspicion of “arranging visits for
Syrian and Iranian trade official reviewed on Monday their trade ties during the first session of the fifth session of the joint Syrian-Iranian commit
Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri said on Monday that Israeli threats against Syria were for “local consumption,” and that he did not foresee war b
Syria and Greece signed a deal on Monday, May 28, aimed at promoting cooperation in marine cargo and passenger transport, officials said. The accord, signed by visiting Greek Merchant Marine Minister