February 10, 2002
The Saudi Interpol brought back an expatriate accused of stealing and running away with money from the company he worked for in the Eastern province o
Syrian Prime Minister Mohammad Miro called for placing a work plan to complete the Syrian-European partnership and speed up negotiations between the t
The Arab Parliamentary Union (APU) started in Khartoum on Thursday with MPs calling for a unified Arab action to bring an end to the Israeli occupatio
The Inana dance ballet has achieved remarkable success at both local and Arab levels, due to the skillful dancers and the objective thematic content of its performances.
Palestinian director Said al Bitar is currently visiting Syria to shoot a film about the life history of Martyr Abu Ali Mustafa who was assassinated by Israel last June.
A recently published report by the Energy Intelligence Briefing Company predicts Syrian oil exports to reach 465,000 barrels per day throughout February, reported Al-Hayat . The company confirms that
International oil sources reported that Iraqi oil exports to Syria will hit a peak record of 253,000 barrels per day in February, reported Al-Hayat . Nevertheless, Syria asserted that its Iraqi oil im
A group of Saudi business associates have recently started preparing feasibility studies for a shooting and hunting range in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, reported Al-Hayat . Until now, shooting range
The Saudi LAM Company recently signed a memorandum of understanding With the state-owned China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation to build a 3,000-kilometer railway line linking the east and w
Pepsi Cola’s latest product, the citrus flavored Mountain Dew, will be launched in the Saudi market this week. It is the company’s first core brand addition in 25 years and Pepsi’s fastest growing bra
February 9, 2002
Management of the Syrian Ministry of Culture’s National Theater has set plans for its shows during the 2002 season. The plan includes portraying a number of local and Arab plays.
Palestinian director Michael Khalifi will participate as a jury member of the 24th session of the International Contest for Ethnographic and Social Film Festival in Paris.
February 7, 2002
Lebanon's president Emile Lahoud praised on Wednesday the level of cooperation with Syria in the field of tourism. A statement by the Lebanese presi
Algerian Prime Minister Ali Benflis said on Wednesday that parliamentary elections would be conducted as scheduled, before next June.
Al-Bawaba has learnt from sources close to the Syrian Presidential Palace and from reliable contacts in London, that the report about the untimely dea