Syria

August 13, 2002

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Emirates Airline has placed a further order for the Philips Automated External Defibrillator (AED) device for the new fleet of Emirates planes that have already been ordered from Boeing and Airbus. Th

August 11, 2002

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Syria has released a leading communist dissident after 27 years in jail, a human rights official said on Sunday.

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Bahrain’s Minister of Interior, Sheikh Mohammed bin Khalifa Al Khalifa, on Saturday received a written message from his United Arab Emirates counterpa

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“The International Community has to shoulder the responsibility of stopping the Israeli flagrant aggression against the Palestinian people which cause

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Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad sent Saturday a cable of congratulations to Chad’s President, Idris Debi, on the occasion of his country’s national

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After the successful visit of the first business delegation to Iraq, Global Resources has announced its second Business Delegation to Iraq for late September. Organized by Global Resources and support

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Dubai-based Oasis Greetings, a division of the Bin Dasmal Group, has launched a new Archies Gallery, their second store in Oman, and their tenth retail outlet in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) reg

August 10, 2002

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Syrian Foreign Minister Faruq al-Shara has launched a fresh attack on US Middle East policy, accusing it of backing Israeli "aggression" while showing

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Egyptian members of parliament are demanding the immediate closure of Israel's El Al airlines offices in Cairo, following what they describe as the El

August 9, 2002

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Denmark, holder of the EU presidency, on Thursday urged Syria to free all its political prisoners after several were sentenced in a crack-down on diss

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The Palestinian delegation to Washington has decided to extend its visit to allow for a meeting between CIA Director George Tenet and Palestinian Auth

August 8, 2002

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A Druse student from the village of Buqaata in the Golan Heights has been detained for allegedly having contacts with Syrian intelligence agents, acco

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Relatives of the victims of the 1988 Lockerbie bombing have cautiously welcomed a Libyan statement indicating Tripoli was ready, in principle, to pay

August 7, 2002

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Damascus Radio has said Israel would not comply with the United Nations General Assembly’s latest decision calling Israel to withdraw its forces immed

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Jordan’s Ministry of Water and Irrigation has qualified seven bids, out of a total of 17 applications, for a re-issued tender for the construction of the Al-Wehda Dam. The tender’s winner the will be