October 8, 2002
Syrian Deputy Prime Minister for Services, Mohammed Naji Otri received Monday Turkish Parliament member Mohammed Gonch and an accompanying economic an
An Anti-Pollution Unit belonging to the Yemeni General Authority for Marine Affairs succeeded in controlling the oil leak from the French supertanker
Austrian President Thomas Klistel received in Vienna Monday the Syrian People’s Assembly Speaker, Abdul Qader Qaddoura and an accompanying delegation.
Syria’s Ministry of Economy has authorized the purchase and exchange of foreign currency for non-commercial purposes. Currency exchange rates would be set by the Syrian Commercial Bank.
A British manufacturer set to clinch a regional market breakthrough at the first Middle East Police and Law Enforcement Exhibition & Conference (MEPLEX) in Dubai expects it to lead to a multi-mill
October 7, 2002
Syria’s Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Farouk Al-Sharaa received Sunday evening a phone call from Lebanese Foreign Minister Mahmoud Hammou
Syria on Sunday commemorated the war, which began on October 6, 1973, that was led by its late leader Hafez Al-Assad. SANA said that in honor of the
Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov is expected to visit Kuwait Monday for an official visit, in reply to the invitation of the Amir of Kuwait, Sheikh
Lieutenant General Ghazi Kanaan, the head of Syrian intelligence in Lebanon, has been promoted to a post in Damascus, Lebanese sources close to the Sy
Iraqi President Saddam Hussein has vowed never to abandon Iraq and promised to defend its independence.
WorldPath Medicine, a Boston-based healthcare company that provides non-US patients with access to US healthcare opportunities, has sponsored a forum on 'The Best in American Medicine' that was attend
October 6, 2002
Saudi billionaire Prince Walid bin Talal bin Abdul Aziz pledged on Saturday to aid the families of 32 dead and 22 injured in Syria and to finance the
For the first time, a special envoy of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights is expected to visit Saudi Arabia later this month after receivin
Syrian President Bashar Assad received in Damascus on Saturday, Ahmad Gathaf Al-Dam, envoy of Libya’s leader, according to SANA news agency. Gathaf
The Bush administration promised Saturday its military forces would not enter Iraq as "conquerors" or treat the Iraqi people as a "defeated nation."