June 13, 2001
Israel’s Attorney General Elyakim Rubinstein decided Tuesday evening to launch a criminal investigation into Arab Israeli MK Azmi Bishara's visit to S
June 12, 2001
The Director General of the Syrian Phosphate and Mines Company, Farham Muhsen, recently revealed that new phosphate sources have been uncovered in the mines of Sharqiya, Syria.
June 11, 2001
Israeli security forces apprehended overnight a Syrian citizen who crossed the border into Israel, reported Radio Israel.
In another sign of warming ties between Cairo and Damascus, Syria’s recent Egyptian Film Week kicked off a film aptly entitled The Lovers.
June 10, 2001
Director General of the Syrian Railways Public Authority and the Director General of the Iraqi Railways Public Authority recently signed a joint cooperation accord.
June 9, 2001
Syrian singer Huwayda made a strong comeback into the musical limelight last week with her second album, Dallelni, which is characterized by a highly romantic mood,
June 7, 2001
A free trade agreement (FTA) between Jordan and Syria that will lift all tariffs is expected to be signed in August, Jordanian officials announced on
Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Abdullah warned on Wednesday during his visit to Syria that Israel would pay for any Arab blood it had spilled.
According to official Syrian statistics , local wheat yield potential is estimated to reach 4.8 million tons this agricultural season, having recovered from 1999's worst drought for decades.
June 6, 2001
Russia has approved the sale of three advanced high-altitude reconnaissance combat jets to Syria.
Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah bin Abdelaziz arrived in Syria on Tuesday on the first leg of a four-nation tour focused on the Israeli-Palestinian confli
June 5, 2001
Czech Foreign Minister Jan Kavan held talks Monday with Syrian officials on bolstering bilateral ties in various fields.
Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz embarks Tuesday on a four-nation tour that will take him to Syria, Germany, Sweden and Morocco.
Syrian Vice President Abdel-Halim Khaddam said Monday that no-one in Lebanon sought to make the country a source of trouble for Syria.
A massive one-billion-ton phosphate reserve has been discovered in Syria’s eastern districts.