July 3, 2002
Syrian Deputy Prime Minister for Services Affaires, Mohammed Nagi Itri on Tuesday received the Swiss Government Representative for Development and Coo
Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad stressed on Tuesday the importance of dialogue with the United States on regional matters. This confirmation came
China on Tuesday renewed support for Yasser Arafat and said that the Palestinian leader is an integral member of the peace process and of any peace se
Egyptian foreign minister Ahmad Maher is to visit Britain and Syria on Wednesday, it was announced in Cairo Tuesday. A press statement issued at th
United Nations special envoy Alvaro de Soto said in Nicosia Tuesday that Cypriot negotiations had reached a deadlock. The statement came at the end
Egyptian singer Mohammed Munir will perform his first summer concerts Thursday night at the Egyptian Opera House along with his private music troupe.
Egyptian singer Ghada Ragab will open the Cairo Opera House Summer concerts at the Roman Theater in Alexandria Thursday, along with Abdel Halim Nweira Troupe for Arabic Music.
The Seventh Art Group is currently negotiating with the renowned couple, Muna Zaki and Ahmed Helmi, to play a starring role together in a new romantic film.
Rory Black has been promoted from his post as British Airways country manager Jordan and Syria to become the airline’s area manager for the Levant, covering operations in Jordan, Lebanon and Syria. R
The Gold and Jewelry Group has appointed a new managing committee for 2002-2004. The election took place at the Group’s fifth Annual General Meeting (AGM) at the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry
July 2, 2002
Syria’s Deputy Premier and Foreign Minister, Farouk Al-Sharaa and his Egyptian counterpart, Ahmad Maher held a phone conversation, SANA reported Monda
Syrian director Asaad Eid has recently started shooting his new TV series “The Line of the End”, in old Damascus.
The Egyptian Gipsy King troupe will perform a concert Tuesday evening at the Cairo Opera House open theater.
The United Arab Emirates gross domestic product (GDP) is expected to increase by 3.5 percent this year, reaching $70 billion, the nation’s Minister of Planning stated. The country’s non-oil sectors' s
July 1, 2002
Syrian President Bashar Assad on Monday rebuffed U.S. pressure to cut ties with Hizbullah and expel Palestinian groups regarded as “terrorists” by Was