May 7, 2002
The United States on Monday amplified "the axis of evil" to include Cuba, Libya and Syria - nations it claimed were developing, or considering develop
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton said Tuesday a coalition of American-backed international troops would be necessary to achieve peace in the Middle
Syrian newspapers warned the US administration Tuesday of the dangers it foresees in accepting Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's proposal for conv
Syrian President, Bashar al-Assad, applauded Palestinian attacks against Israel, on a holiday commemorating the deaths of Syrian soldiers.
Tunisian director Shawqi al Majeri has chosen Syrian actor Jihad Saad to play the role of Omar al Khayyam and actress Saba Mubarak to play his beloved Yasmin’s role in a series depicting the famed poe
The Moroccan City of Fas will host the eighth session of Fas Festival for Ancient Music during the period between May 31-June 8.
American modem provider US Robotics in cooperation with its Lebanese distributors Logicom and Terranet, have unveiled a new marketing campaign designed to increase the number of Internet subscribers i
Cisco Systems announced the availability broadband and wireless Internet for business travelers and holiday-makers in Dubai in every Fairmont Hotels & Resorts hotel bedroom and access to secure wi
May 6, 2002
Israeli warplanes overflew Syrian military positions in eastern Lebanon on Monday, drawing anti-aircraft fire, Lebanese security officials said.
The European Union's head office issued a strong denial Monday to Israeli claims that millions of dollars of aid to the government of Palestinian lead
May 5, 2002
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad withheld his endorsement of a US proposal for a new Mideast peace conference, warning that any deal must be based on
Turkey’s revenues generated from exports increased by 5.8 percent in the first four months of 2002 compared with the same period last year, reaching $10.3 billion, reported Turkiye. The country’s ind
May 4, 2002
A gunman armed with an assault rifle entered a five-star hotel in the center of Istanbul Saturday, fired shots in the air and took several tourists ho
Syrian scenarist Ghassan Jbaai has finished writing the script of a new series about the famed poet Omar al Khayyam, basing on Amin Maalouf’s novel Samarkand.
May 1, 2002
Informed Syrian sources have denied a report published by <I>The Guardian</I> last Monday about the delivery of a shipment of Czech rockets to Iraq th