June 16, 2002
The Oman LNG Company (OLNG) recorded net profits of $692 million in 2001, its highest results to date. The company predicts that it will earn $500 million in net profits this year.
June 14, 2002
Syria’s Deputy Premier and Foreign Minister, Farouk Al-Sharaa received on Thursday a phone call from the Slovakian Foreign Minister, Edward Kokan. T
On Thursday, Damascus Radio strongly criticized United States policy, “which views everything through the Israeli eyes and uses the Israeli war machin
Work will start Sunday on the construction of defensive barriers along the demarcation line between Israel and the West Bank, Israeli Defense Minister
Syria, this month's UN Security Council president, rebuffed accusations by Israel that it incited terrorism and showed contempt for international law.
June 13, 2002
Syria’s Prime Minister Dr. Mohamad Mustafa Miro received earlier this week the president of the administrative council of the Chinese national Petrole
Damascus Radio slammed on Wednesday Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s “Nos”, to the June 4, 1967 withdrawal, Palestinian state and dividing of Jer
Syrian director Bassel al Khatib is currently working on his new TV series entitled Hulako, the leader of the Mogol during their occupation of the Arab homeland.
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.