March 12, 2001
Syria has postponed talks on an association agreement with the European Union (EU) from the end of March to early May, Syrian Minister of State for Planning Affairs Issam Al-Zaim said Sunday, March 11
March 11, 2001
The US administration considers Syria a key part of any new coalition against Iraq, and therefore is trying to avoid ruffling feathers in Damascus as
The first Tehran-Damascus express passenger train left Tehran for Syria on Saturday after 19 years of suspension.
March 5, 2001
Syrian president Bashar Assad has turned down an Israeli bid to renew talks with the Jewish state.
Preparations are under way for the 12th Damascus Film Festival and Egyptian participation will be represented by “Souk Al Motaa”
Syrian director Nabil al-Maleh was appointed president of the jury of the Arab Independent Screen Festival due to be held in Qatar later this month.
March 4, 2001
European Union Envoy to the Middle East Miguel Angel Moratinos, who arrived in Damascus Saturday, said he conveyed a "good will message" from Israeli
March 3, 2001
A Paris court has sentenced in absentia a senior Nazi officer to life imprisonment for sending hundreds of Jewish children to their deaths in extermin
Greek Minister of Defense Apostolos Tsukha Tzopolos arrives in Damascus Saturday for a two-day official visit.
Arab scholars in the middle ages have greatly contributed to the development of modern music. Their interest in music was crystal clear as from early periods
March 2, 2001
Well-informed Syrian sources have said that a new government will be formed after the Eid Al Adha holiday, according to Arab media reports.
Maestro Solhi al- Wadi is currently preparing for a new opera about the Arab queen of Palmyra, Zenobia.
March 1, 2001
George Wassouf signed a contract with the organizing committee of Qartage Festivals to present a festival concert this summer. Wassouf will also relea
Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad approved a law Tuesday, making intellectual piracy punishable by up to two years in jail.
February 28, 2001
Syrian officials had no comment Tuesday on overnight claims by US Secretary of State Colin Powell that Syria had pledged to put its controversial oil pipeline from Iraq under United Nations control.