August 8, 2001
Syrian President Bashar Al Assad will make an official visit to Kuwait in the next two weeks, as his prime minister, Mustafa Miro, prepares for a trip
Israeli Defense Minister Ben-Eliezer reportedly believes an agreement with Syria would have the added benefits of relieving the pressure in the confro
Scores of followers of former army commander Gen. Michel Aoun and members of the Lebanese Forces were arrested on Tuesday in a clampdown on the two ha
Syria's Petroleum Minister Mohamad Maher Jamal agreed on Monday, July 6, to cooperate with Cyprus' efforts to tap lucrative oil and gas deposits off the East Mediterranean island, officials said. By
Syria has pushed through a number of new laws on its economic structure since President Bashar Al-Assad came to power in July 2000, seeking to stimulate investment and growth, but experts caution it w
August 7, 2001
The secretary of the PLO Executive Committee, Mahmoud Abbas, called Monday for closer ties and coordination between Syria and the Palestinian Authorit
In an unprecedented act of protest, a Syrian member of Parliament has started a weeklong hunger strike and a sit-in at his office to protest a lack of
August 6, 2001
Two Syrian construction workers were killed and a third was injured Monday by an explosion in a Lebanese mountain village.
The Jordanian customs recently seized 77,000 anti-impotence Viagra pills which were smuggled from Syria by a passenger.
The secretary of the PLO Executive Committee, Abu Mazen, arrived in Damascus Sunday carrying a message from Palestinian President Yasser Arafat for th
A joint venture, set up by private Egyptian, Saudi and Syrian investors, has received authorization from Damascus to build a $540 million cement factory in Abu Shamat.
August 5, 2001
The secretary of the PLO Executive Committee, Mahmoud Abbas, arrived in Damascus on Sunday for his first visit to Syria in 15 years.
Syrian Foreign Minister Farouk Al Shara met on Sunday with Deputy Japanese Foreign Minister Seiken Sugiura to discuss the Middle East peace process, o
Japan’s Deputy Foreign Minister Sinkin Sogiura arrived in Damascus late Saturday, coming from Amman, on the third leg of a tour that has already taken
Former arch-foes Turkey and Syria concluded two days of talks here on Thursday, August 2, aimed at further improving recently thawed bilateral ties and evaluating developments in the conflict-torn Mid