December 11, 2001
US Assistant Secretary of State for Near East Affairs William Burns is expected to visit Syria this week to discuss the escalating Arab-Israeli confli
US Secretary of State Colin Powell said Tuesday that he was happy for Britain to lead a proposed multinational force in Afghanistan.
Action star Arnold Schwarzenegger was in hospital Monday after he was injured in a motorcycle crash in Los Angeles, his publicist said.
Egyptian exports from the Nasr Exporting and Importing Company to Syria, Sudan and a number of other African countries reached 38 million Egyptian pounds ($8.9 million) during the first nine months of
December 10, 2001
Lebanon and Syria have signed a gas agreement which will halve the costs of Lebanon's electricity supplies once it takes effect in nine months' time, officials said Sunday, December 9. The accord was
Jordan's foreign debt shrank by one percent in November 2001 to $6.9 billion from seven billion the same month last year, the finance ministry said Sunday, December 8. Foreign debt still represents 80
December 9, 2001
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and his Syrian counterpart Bashar al-Assad on Sunday urged the international community to put an immediate stop to Is
Syrian Arab Airlines will buy new planes next year as aircraft prices have dropped following the September 11 terrorist attacks in the United States.
Presidents Hosni Mubarak of Egypt and Syria's Bashar Al Assad held talks in Damascus Sunday on the latest escalation in the Israeli-Palestinian confli
UN Secretary General Kofi Annan said Sunday that an attempt to extend the war on terrorism to Iraq would be "unwise."
Australian star Cate Blanchett, who was nominated for an Oscar for her role as an English queen in the 1998 picture Elizabeth, and screenwriter husband Andrew Upton have welcomed their first child.
Syrian director Haitham Haqqi is gearing up for his new drama Aqbiyat Al Mawt (death tunnels) which is one of the few Syrian series which tackle the Syrian modern history.
Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad signed into effect a law Saturday, December 8 creating an agency to battle the country's severe unemployment, which touches an estimated 20 percent of Syria's job-age
Iraq has placed orders for $1.8 billion worth of oil-related equipment over the past five years, two-thirds of which have been delivered, the UN humanitarian coordinator for Iraq said Saturday, Deecem
Syrian Arab Airlines will buy new planes next year as aircraft prices have dropped following the September 11 terrorist attacks in the United States, the director of the company said. However, Adnan S