March 25, 2001
Syria has exported more than one million sheep to the Gulf countries valued at a 100 million dollars over the past 10 months.
Syria and Greece signed Saturday in Damascus an agreement for cooperation in upgrading Syria’s aviation sector.
Syria is expected to formally urge next week's Arab summit to reactivate the Arab boycott of Israel, delegates at a preparatory meeting of Arab foreign ministers told AFP Saturday, March 24. The mini
A transport agreement was signed in Damascus Saturday between Syria and Greece, including conditions of international road transport of passengers and goods and free rehabilitation by Greece civil avi
March 24, 2001
Syria and Turkey are planning to cooperate in new areas of common intrest such as agriculture.
The expansionary fiscal policy adopted in 2000 and a steady growth in global non-oil commodity prices will lead to upward pressure on prices. But fair
A Syrian human rights group appealed Friday to authorities to accord full civil rights to former political prisoners in the country.
March 22, 2001
The first Syrian website that provides e-commerce services was officially launched Wednesday.
Syrian President Bashar Assad will pay an official visit to Washington for talks with President George W. Bush in April or May.
Lebanon’s Druze leader Walid Jumblatt said Wednesday that he had “no problem” with Syrian military reinforcements around the Druze-dominated Chouf mou
Asala Nasri released her latest album ”Yamin Allah” which is composed by Mohamed Diya and written by Mansour al-Shadi.
Assi al-Hellani released his latest album entitled ”Keed Ozzalak”.
March 21, 2001
Syria's military reportedly continues to decline amid a budget crunch and a refusal by Gulf countries to finance new programs.
March 20, 2001
By Mohammad Omar and Iyad Khlaifa Albawaba.com - Amman Former chief of the Lebanese army and military cabinet, Michel Aoun, accused Syria of “lying”
Visiting Iranian Foreign Minister Kamal Kharazi and his Syrian counterpart, Farouq Shara, called Tuesday on Arab countries to unify their positions du