June 1, 2002
Syria has delivered long-range Katyusha rockets to Hizbullah, Israeli state television reported Friday evening.
Syria assumes the Security Council’s rotating presidency Saturday for the first time since 1970. The presidency of the U.N. Security Council rotates a
Egyptian President, Hosni Mubarak will present to US President George W. Bush his plan for a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict at Camp Davi
The Organizing Committee of the eighth Cairo International Song Festival which will be held between August 20-28 is planning to honor Syrian singer Safwan Bahlawan.
After the Egyptian comedy star Mohammed Henaidi has become a superstar, tens of scripts are offered to him but he finds difficulty in selecting what suits him best.
May 30, 2002
Bilateral trade between Lebanon and Syria reached $363 million in 2001, a 17 percent increase compared to $309 million earned in the previous year, reported NNA. Lebanon's imports from Syria increased
The EU Steering Committee has included the UAE among the countries permitted to export fish products to its 15-member countries, reported <i>WAM</i>. The UAE has no restriction on exporting fish excep
May 29, 2002
The government of Libya has offered to pay 2.7 billion dollars in compensation to the families of the victims of the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103
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May 28, 2002
Israel launched a spy satellite into space on Tuesday afternoon. An Israeli-made missile blasted off from an air force base on Israel's coast south of
Late Tuesday, a Palestinian infiltrated the West Bank settlement of Itamar, near Nablus and killed three Israelis. Earlier, a 50-year-old Israeli was
Damascus Radio said that the aim of calls for holding future regional and international conferences on the Mid-East conflict is to “liquidate the al A
Cypriot Minister of Justice and Public Order Nicos Koshis leaves for the Italian capital city of Rome Tuesday, upon the invitation of Italian Interior
The Palestinian film Intervention Divine by Elia Suleiman which won the Cannes Festival Jury Prize, was acclaimed by critics who reckoned that it deserved the palm D’or award which went to the film Th
In a bid to counteract a sugar dumping setback caused by the European Union, the government of Syria plans to build one of the largest sugar refineries in the world at a cost of $180 million. The plan