November 11, 2002
Iraqi lawmakers gathered Monday for an emergency session called by President Saddam Hussein to consider a response to a U.N. resolution.
November 10, 2002
Syrian Vice-President Abdul Halim Khaddam received in the capital of Damascus Sunday the Chinese Special Envoy for Middle East affairs, Wang Chi Ji an
Saudi Prince Khalid bin Sultan bin Abdulaziz, the Assistant Minister of Defense and Aviation and Inspector General for Military Affairs, received in t
Syria’s Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Farouk Al-Shara held talks in Cairo Saturday with Iraq’s Foreign Minister Naji Sabri. According to
The extraordinary meeting of the council of the Arab League began its meeting in the Egyptian capital of Cairo Sunday. Twenty Arab foreign ministers
The Syrian daily Tishrin reported Saturday on the “extremism” of both Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and Foreign Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s.
A small Russian plane with 28 people on board crashed while landing near Turkey's resort city of Antalya on Saturday. There were no casualties, accord
Stratic Energy Corporation will acquire the rights to three Syrian oil and gas exploration blocks from US-based Petrofac Resources International, forming a long-term alliance with the Corporation.
November 7, 2002
The U.S. Justice Department has announced that it will require thousands of students, workers and other men from five Muslim countries who are tempora
Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat and Iraqi President Saddam Hussein will vanish from the world scene within a year, the former chief of Israel's secre
Syrian Information Minister Adnan Omran received Wednesday evening Mayor of the Italian city of Bishli Franscisco Napolitano and an accompanying deleg
Syrian Oil and Mineral Resources Minister, Ibrahim Haddad, is to arrive in Cyprus on Thursday for a three-day official to the country, according to Cy
Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad received in Damascus Wednesday the European Envoy for Peace to the Middle East, Michel Angel Moratinos. During the
Damascus Radio on Wednesday, described the new “political crisis” taking place in Israel as an indication of extremism and disharmony. The state-run
Syrian actress Raghda will be starring in the new series called ‘Jarat al Qamar’ (Neighbor of the Moon) portraying the life of the prominent Lebanese singer - Fairouz