Syria

June 5, 2002

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The current Security Council President, Syria’s United Nations envoy, Mikhail Wehbe on Tuesday said his country’s Foreign Minister, Farouk al-Sharaa i

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The Saudi Kingdom’s ambassador to London said in an interview published Wednesday that a group of Jews had beaten his son and four friends with baseba

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A pro-Palestine forum held in Tehran has voiced alarm over Israel's alleged violation of international conventions and the "danger" posed by its nucle

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The Palestinian Authority will not attend any proposed middle east peace conference if Lebanon and Syria are not present, Palestinian minister of inte

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A Sanaa court convicted three Yemeni journalists of inter-confessional sedition Tuesday, giving them five-month suspended prison terms, their lawyer s

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The Bush administration is trying to organize a Middle East peace conference next month in Turkey, with foreign ministers from Europe and the region p

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Syria asked for urgent international aid for "victims of the disaster" caused by the collapse of a dam in the north of the country, which the local go

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U.S. investigators believe they have identified a Kuwaiti lieutenant of Osama bin Laden as the likely mastermind of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, a

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The Syrian director Omar Amirlay has recently screened his third film “Chickens” at the French Institute’s Cinema Club for Arabic Studies in Damascus.

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The European Investment Bank (EIB), the European Union's long-term financing institution, is lending €20 million ($18.8 million) to Ciments Artificiels Tunisiens (CAT), for the modernization and expan

June 4, 2002

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Palestinian women and children, living in Damascus held a “sit-in strike” before the United Nations headquarters, to express support for the struggle

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Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister for Asia-Pacific Affairs Mohsen Aminzadeh, who is representing Iran at the Conference on Interaction and Confidence-bui

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The Syrian dailies, Tishrin and Al-Thawra on Tuesday firmly criticized the United States diplomatic drive in the Middle-East region, emphasizing that

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Lebanon provides the best trade finance opportunities in the Middle East and North Africa region, determined a recent survey. Lebanon’s highly developed banking system was cited as a principle factor

June 3, 2002

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Syria's satellite television network has started airing a 15-minute daily news bulletin in the Hebrew language, which it said, is aimed at, "revealing