June 13, 2002
During his performance of a number of concerts at the Opera House, the Syrian musician and singer Safwan Bahlawan received a warm welcome.
Indus International, supplier of enterprise asset management software, announced that the Bahrain Petroleum Company (BAPCO) has rolled out the Indus EMPAC solution to their newly merged Upstream organ
June 12, 2002
Syrian authorities have made arrests in last week's dam collapse that killed 22 people and left thousands homeless, the official Syrian Arab News Agen
The Israeli parliament rejected after a fierce debate a motion from an extreme right-wing MP demanding an inquiry into the 1993 Oslo peace accords wit
The wives of two Saudis, suspected of a terror plot to blow up U.S. and British warships in the Strait of Gibraltar have been detained by police in Mo
Syria’s president Bashar al-Assad urged Japan on Tuesday to play a bigger role in the Middle East peace process. Syria’s official television, accor
A joint Syrian Egyptian TV series under the title of Qais and Lubna is currently being filmed in Cairo.
Lebanon’s Goodies Group, owner of Goodies supermarkets, was recently sold to the Gulf Group for an undisclosed price. The acquisition includes Goodies’ two supermarkets, catering outlets and nine subs
June 11, 2002
An Israeli police officer was stabbed and seriously wounded Tuesday afternoon near Herod's Gate in Jerusalem's Old City. The assailant fled the scene.
Saudi Foreign Minister, Prince Saud al-Faisal concluded his visit to Syria Sunday during which he delivered a letter from Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah
Syrians and Arabs marked Monday the second anniversary of the death of late President, Hafez al-Assad, who “built the modern developed Syria of Today”
Three settlers were wounded Tuesday morning in an roadside bombing against a schoolbus near the settlement of Sadeh Calev, outside Hebron. Earlier, th
Syria exported 2,000 tons of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from its Banias Port to Lebanon last week and is preparing to export an additional shipment of 3,000 tons in the near future. The transfer foll
June 9, 2002
According to Iraqi President Saddam Hussein’s directives, Iraqi airliners loaded with medicine, medical supplies, foodstuffs and other relief products
Two more dams in the Hama province in the northern part of Syria have been found "defective and leaking" and a foreign company has been called in to i