May 17, 2001
An Abu Dhabi satellite channel reported Thursday that Syrian President Bashar Al Assad had cut short talks with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak after
Films from as far afield as Asia, Africa, and South America will vie for the golden prize at the 11th International Film Festival in Damascus,
A senior source in the Iraqi Ministry of Commerce and Industry revealed that an Iraqi product exhibition is planned to be held in Damascus in the beginning of June.
A recently issued decree reducing import tax on incoming raw materials, is reportedly threatening local producers who claim to face “unfair” competition from Lebanon.
May 16, 2001
Syrian President Bashar Al Assad cut short talks with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on efforts to end Israeli attacks on Palestinians and left earl
Iran and Syria have been reported that they have entered a new phase of cooperation.
Syrian Oil Minister Muhammad Maher Jamal arrived Tuesday in Amman for bilateral talks with Jordanian officials.
Israeli Defense Minister Benjamin Ben-Eliezer has said that "Syria is responsible for what happens in Lebanon.”
Informed sources close to the Syrian leadership on Wednesday said the president’s press spokesman, Jubran Kuriyyeh, had been arrested for links with M
Cuban Leader Fidel Castro and Syrian President Bashar Al Assad discussed on Tuesday the latest situation in the Middle East and their bilateral ties.
“The Beast of the City,” a play recently performed by the National Theater Band in Aleppo, deals with real social and political issues,
May 15, 2001
Syrian Vice President Abdel Halim Khaddam held talks on Tuesday with Chinese President Jiang Zemin on bilateral and regional issues.
Lebanon’s Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri said Monday that both the Damascus leadership and himself disagreed with recent criticism by Syrian Defense M
Cuban President Fidel Castro is due to arrive Tuesday in Damascus on a two-day official visit to hold talks with his counterpart, Bashar Al Assad.
The Syrian Ministry of Economy and Foreign Commerce reported that money laundering does not exist in Syria, as all available financial channels to date have been state-owned.