Syria

May 12, 2001

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Syrian President Bashar Al Assad, who arrived in Oman on Saturday, will discuss the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian clashes with Egypt's President Hosni M

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Syrian Vice President Abdel-Halim Khaddam left Damascus on Saturday for China on a four-day visit.

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Lebanon and Syria signed an agreement Friday to construct a $15 million pipeline to transport natural gas between the two countries, in a move that sh

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A strong verbal attack by Syrian Defense Minister Mustapha Tlass on Lebanon’s Maronite Cardinal Nasrallah Sfeir and Druze leader Walid Jumblatt sparke

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Syrian President Bashar Assad will visit Egypt “in the coming days” for talks with his Egyptian counterpart Hosni Mubarak on the latest situation in t

May 10, 2001

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The Syrian journalist and human rights activist Nizar Nayyouf has finally been released, months before his ten-year sentence ends.

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An Israeli MK on Wednesday compared Syrian President Bashar Assad to the “infamous Auschwitz doctor, Josef Mengele.”

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A 43-year-old Syrian man received a 13-year prison term on Wednesday after the Criminal Court in Amman declared him guilty of sodomizing and molesting

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Syrian President Bashar Assad on Wednesday discussed bilateral cooperation with Lebanon’s Deputy Prime Minister Issam Fares and former Prime Minister

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Syrian drama director Mohammed Fardos Atasi is embarking on his first joint Syrian-Egyptian TV drama. The script is hammered out by Egyptian writer Samir Al Jamal.

May 9, 2001

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Iran and Syria signed in Tehran on Wednesday a memorandum of understanding on bilateral cooperation in the areas of water resource management, providi

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Syria’s Minister of Planning Issam Al Zaiim has announced that “the economic growth rate in Syria has reached zero.”

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Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and his Syrian counterpart Bashar Assad reviewed in a telephone call on Tuesday the latest situation in the Middle Ea

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The Syrian public company, Chemical Industries, is intending to produce 400,000 tons of phosphoric fertilizers by the end of the current five-year plan, which is to end in 2005.

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The Syrian public company, Chemical Industries, is intending to produce 400,000 tons of phosphoric fertilizers by the end of the current five-year plan, which is to end in 2005.