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Al- Hoss calls al- Sharaa
Lebanon-Syria, Politics, 10/6/2000
Al-Qaddafi tomorrow visits Syria and then Saudi Arabia
The Libyan embassy in Damascus said that President Muammar al-Qaddafi will visit Syria on Saturday in conclusion of his current visit to Jordan, where he was greatly welcomed. Al-Qaddafi announced that what is currently taking place in occupied Palestine embodies a continued "conflict. It is a conflict for existence rather than for borders."
Syria-Libya, Politics, 10/6/2000
Syrian plane to Baghdad on Sunday
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 10/6/2000
Al-Shara discusses with Moussa Arab summit date
On Thursday afternoon a telephone call was made by al-Shara and the Egyptian foreign minister Amr Moussa during which discussions dealt with the date for convening the Arab summit which President Bashar al-Assad has agreed on together with President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt and the importance of convening it as soon as possible.
Syria-Egypt, Politics, 10/6/2000
Syria: changes covering 10 governors
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad released on Thursday a decree which provides for transferring three governors from the provinces of Deir ezz zour, Lattakia and Daraa and another decree to appoint other seven new governors.
Syria, Politics, 10/6/2000
Iraqi airlines to open Syria bureau soon
The final arrangements are currently being made to reopen the bureau of the Iraqi air lines company in Damascus which has been closed since 10 years and also the Kuwaiti air lines bureau.
Syria-Iraq, Economics, 10/6/2000
Abdullah, al-Assad hold telephone talks
King Abdullah II of Jordan on Wednesday received a telephone call from Syrian President Bashar al-Assad during which the two leaders discussed recent developments in the Palestinian lands in light of the provocative acts and Israeli aggressions against the Palestinian people and its impact on the future conditions in the region.
Jordan-Syria, Politics, 10/5/2000
Al-Qaddafi to visit Syria on Saturday
Libya-Syria, Politics, 10/5/2000
Discussions to increase salaries of private sector workers
Syria, Economics, 10/5/2000
Syria: a new cemetery discovered dates back to 4300 years
Researchers from John Hopkins university in Baltimore (Maryland- USA) said that a cemetery dating back to 4300 years was discovered at " Um al-Mara" area near the city of Aleppo in the North of Syria.
Syria, History, 10/5/2000
Damascus bans import of live animals and meat
The ministerial committee in charge of following up the status of livestock has canceled licenses offered to import live animals and unprocessed meats from all countries with no exception.
Syria, Agriculture, 10/5/2000
On President Bashar al-Assad's domestic policy
The reports quoted Aref Dalela, the former rector of the faculty of economy at Damascus university as saying that " the evident and logic result for such an economic administration on all levels is what we see on the ground of a suspension to social and economic progress since 20 years."
Syria, Politics, 10/4/2000
Initial consent to establish the Democratic National Party in Damascus
The secretary general of the democratic national party Karim al-Sheibani on Tuesday at the Arab Cultural center in al-Mazze delivered a lecture under the title " the Democratic Arab Federation." An event which is considered as the first open appearance for the party outside the framework of the " National Progressive Front," that has not licensed yet.
Syria, Politics, 10/4/2000
Syrian students protest against Israeli massacres
Hundreds of Syrian, Palestinian and Arab students from Damascus university today held a demonstration which staged several streets in Damascus in protest of the massacres committed by the Israeli occupation forces in the occupied Palestinian territories.
Syria-Palestine, Politics, 10/4/2000
Iraqi industrialists in Syria
The Iraqi weekly al-Itihad said on Tuesday that the Syrian authorities have permitted the entry of Iraqi industrialists in the private sector to its lands, as such permission used to be limited to traders.
Iraq-Syria, Economics, 10/4/2000
Mubarak, al-Assad call for convening an Arab summit
Presidents Hosni Mubarak of Egypt and President Bashar al-Assad of Syria on Monday resumed their talks in a closed door meeting in Cairo.
Egypt-Syria, Politics, 10/3/2000
President al-Assad is expected to visit Amman
The Jordanian weekly al-Majd issued on Monday said that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad will shortly visit each of Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Yemen, Lebanon and Iran.
Syria-Jordan, Politics, 10/3/2000
Iraqi airlines to be opened very soon in Damascus
The London based al-Zaman Arabic daily said on Monday that the Iraqi airline establishment is preparing to open its offices in Damascus shortly and that it started maintenance for these planes and appointed a new director for it.
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 10/3/2000
On the waters of Tigris and the Euphrates
The British daily " the Guardian" issued on Monday said that Syria and Iraq have fears that the establishment of new dams on the Tigris and the Euphrates rivers in Turkey will threaten water supplies to them.
Syria-Turkey, Politics, 10/3/2000
Al-Assad, Mubarak's summit in Cairo
Meetings of the first day of the Syrian- Egyptian summit were concluded on Sunday between Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt.
Egypt-Syria, Politics, 10/2/2000
Laya Rabin and peace with Syria
Widow of the late Israeli prime minister Yitzhak Rabin, Laya Rabin said "when my husband assumed the office of the Cabinet in 1992, the first thing he did was that he opened a channel with Syria as he was ready to evacuate the Golan height for peace with Syria."
Syria-Israel, Politics, 10/2/2000
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