September 20, 2001
Over 36,000 hectares of woodlands are currently growing in Syria’s Haska district. On average, approximately 3,000 hectares are reclaimed and planted with trees in this district yearly.
September 19, 2001
Amnesty International called Wednesday for an "immediate and unconditional" release of a new batch of political prisoners rounded up in Syria, includi
A Syrian government paper on Wednesday cast doubts over the involvement of Bin Laden in the September 11 attacks in the US, saying Israel's secret ser
Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiw Hariri ended his second visit to Damascus in a week after meeting with Syrian Vice-President Abdel-Halim Khaddam and Syr
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his Egyptian counterpart, Hosni Mubarak, agreed Tuesday on the need to cooperate with the international community
September 18, 2001
With the US preparing a campaign against global terrorism and facing pressure for its support of militant anti-Israeli groups, Syria may be prepared t
A new date for Palestinian President Yasser Arafat's visit to Syria will be set soon, after Israel last week reportedly prevented his departure follow
Syrian President Bashar Al Assad starts on Tuesday a one-day official visit to Saudi Arabia that had not been announced before.
The volume of trade between Syria and Iraq is expected to increase to $1.5 billion by December 2001, said Iraqi Economy Minister Mohammed Mehdi Saleh
Syria, Egypt and Russia will establish a joint venture to promote Russian industrial products in Middle Eastern markets, according to Russia’s Voronezh Mechanical Plant head.
September 17, 2001
A Syrian government newspaper, the Syria Times, on Monday argued that any "world strategy" to fight terrorism should draw a clear line separating "ter
Syrian stars Suzan Najm Eddin and Abbas Al Nuri are currently shooting the new TV series Furset Omor (A Life Chance), which criticizes society in a comic style
The Damascus International Film Festival has decided to give all nations the opportunity to participate in the event’s official contest, and change the festival slogan to Rejuvenated Cinema.
An organization of Arab trade unions on Sunday, September 16, called the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) trade liberalization policies a "danger" to workers, ahead of the global body's meeting in Qat
September 16, 2001
US State Secretary Powell said Sunday he saw an opening for improved ties with Iran and Syria after the two countries condemned the strikes on the US