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Syria endorses free trade zone accord with Turkey
Syria-Turkey, Economics, 5/7/2005
Information ministers regrets of extending US sanctions on Syria
Syria-USA, Politics, 5/7/2005
Saudi crown prince Abdullah today in Damascus: an attempt to avoid pressure on Syria
Well-informed Saudi sources said that the Saudi crown prince Abdullah Ibn Abdul Aziz will arrive today in Damascus. The visit aims "giving thoughts" in order to avoid more American pressure on Syria and to encourage the Syrian president to achieve what he had expressed of good intention for internal reforms and regional cooperation.
Saudi Arabia-Syria, Politics, 5/6/2005
Syrian Cabinet launches an official website to receive citizens complaints
Syria, Politics, 5/6/2005
Lebanese army commander stresses coordination with syria
Lebanon-Syria, Politics, 5/6/2005
UN Security Council's Statement on Syria full withdrawal from Lebanon
Syria-UN, Politics, 5/6/2005
Syria abides by NPT rules: Miqdad says
He pointed out that Israel is the only state that doesn't express desire to join the treaty and to subject its nuclear capabilities to the comprehensive guarantee system of the Atomic Energy International Agency.
Syria-Regional, Politics, 5/6/2005
Bush renews economic sanctions on Syria
The US president George W. Bush renewed the economic sanctions imposed by his administration against Syria in 2004, accusing Damascus of supporting what he called terrorism, developing mass destruction weapons, and undermining the efforts aiming to achieve stability in Iraq.
Syria-USA, Politics, 5/6/2005
Syrian Cabinet licenses Bank of Oudeh in Syria
Syria, Economics, 5/6/2005
Missing Lebanese and Syrian workers amond dealt subjects
Syria and Lebanon agreed on Wednesday to reevaluate agreements signed between them, discuss the situation of Syrian workers in Lebanon and investigate assaults on them as well explore the status of some missed Lebanese in cooperation with Syria, a joint statement issued today said.
Syria-Lebanon, Politics, 5/5/2005
Joins Syrian Socialist Nationalist Party to the NPF
Syria, Politics, 5/5/2005
Cemetery from Romanian Age unearthed near Damascus
Syria, Local, 5/5/2005
On the withdrawal of the Syrian forces from Lebanon
The Lebanese government on Tuesday finalized a controversy on the issue of the existence of a Syrian position in the Lebanese territories after the withdrawal by confirming that the Syrian camp to the east of the country is built on a Syrian land.
Lebanon-Syria, Politics, 5/4/2005
Women in Business International Forum 2005
The conference, which is held for the first time out of its HQ in London, will give an opportunity for 400 businesswomen and international delegations from all over the world to review women's active role in economy in the interest of the community as a whole.
Syria-Regional, Economics, 5/4/2005
Al-Assad receives Jordanian prime minister
Syria-Jordan, Politics, 5/4/2005
Lebanese premier arrives in Damascus
Lebanon-Syria, Politics, 5/4/2005
Syria to formulate a committee to check soldiers trespassing border with Lebanon
Syria-Lebanon, Politics, 5/4/2005
Economic and political reforms in Arab homeland:conference
Syria's Minister of Higher Education Hani Murtada said Monday that the Conference of the 'Political and Economic Reforms in the Arab Homeland' is an expression of the Syrian leadership's openness to dialogue and reform.
Syria, Education, 5/3/2005
al-Anbaa: Qabalan hails Syrian-Lebanese historical relations
Lebanon-Syria, Politics, 5/3/2005
Bank of Syria and Overseas in Lattakia launched
Syria, Business, 5/3/2005
Al-Assad chairs a meeting of national progressive front
Syria, Politics, 5/3/2005
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