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Syria aims to double per capita income in ten years
The Syrian government is seeking to raise the Syrian industrial share of the Gross Domestic Production GDP to constitute 20% by 2010 as she aims at doubling the Syrian citizen income in ten years, Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affaires Abdullah al-Dardari told first annual meeting of Hama city industry chamber.
Syria, Economics, 7/30/2005
British anti- Iraq war MP, George Galloway in Syria
British Member Parliament George Galloway, who has acquired an international status on issues such as arguing against the US-UK lead sanctions that crippled Iraq during the 1990s where Galloway contributed humanitarian help to Iraqis, arrived Damascus last night in a visit to Syria to deliver a lecture at al-Assad Library on justice in the new world order.
Syria-UK, Politics, 7/30/2005
Siniora in Damascus on Sunday
Lebanon-Syria, Politics, 7/30/2005
Lebanese officials underline good relations with Syria
Head of the resistance bloc at the Lebanese Parliament, MP Mohammad Raad on Thursday underlined the importance of "distinguished relations" with Syria and protecting national resistance in light of the Israeli continuous aggressions on Lebanon.
Lebanon-Syria, Politics, 7/29/2005
Nine killed in American air attacks in Iraq
The US army in Iraq said that nine gunmen including five Syrians were killed in air raids launched against buildings in a village west of Haditha village in northwest Iraq on the border with Syria.
Iraq-Syria, Military, 7/29/2005
Qaddoumi voices support for Syria
Palestine-Syria, Politics, 7/29/2005
Shara receives Palestinian culture minister
Syria-Palestine, Politics, 7/29/2005
Shara: Iraq's accusations on border problems inaccurate
Syria on Tuesday rejected Iraq's accusations on lax border controls between the two countries as "inaccurate" and said the aim of these claims was to distract from the inability of the Iraqi government to control security in the country.
Syria-Regional, Politics, 7/28/2005
al-Thawra: Syria offers Iraq 1000 tons of wheat
Syria officially delivered to the World Food Program (WFP) a shipment of Syrian wheat to be presented to Iraqi people who are suffering from poverty as a result of economic stagnation.
Syria-Iraq, Economics, 7/28/2005
Lebanese premier stresses distinguished relations with syria
The ministerial statement of Lebanese Prime Minister Fouad Siniora underlined keenness on establishing distinguished and strong relations with Syria based on the fraternal, historic, and geographic ties and comman interests between them.
Lebanon-Syria, Politics, 7/28/2005
Syrian official criticizes Iraqi defense minister statements
In response to what has been reported by news agencies today quoting the Iraqi Defense Minister accusing neighboring countries, particularly Syria, of responsibility of the bombings in Iraq, an official media source strongly criticized those accusations, saying that this move is an attempt to distract from the Iraqi inability to assume responsibility for security.
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 7/28/2005
Syria to host a conference on mentally disabled persons
Syria has discussed on Wednesday preparations to host the Olympiad of mentally disabled persons scheduled to be held next September at the Omayyads Palace under the motto, "a better life for mentally handicapped persons."
Syria, Culture, 7/28/2005
al-Thawra: Za'anoun underlines pressure on Syria and Palestine violates international law
He described as having "the most successful dialogues" at the meetings he held with the Syrian officials and Secretary Generals of the Palestinian factions in Damascus, pointing out that his visit to Damascus will reflect positively on the Palestinian people's steadfastness and will boost the "Loyalty Accord" which provides for not shedding Palestinian blood by Palestinian hands.
Palestine-Syria, Politics, 7/28/2005
Transport Investments in Syria to exceed 150 billions S. P
Minister of Transport Makram Obeid said Wednesday that the volume of governmental investments expected during the upcoming 10th five-year plan in Syria will exceed 150 billions S.P., among which 90 billions S.P. will be available to the private sector to participate in.
Syria, Economics, 7/28/2005
Damascus hosts a symposium on dialogue among religions
Syria, Religion, 7/28/2005
Tishrin: Syrian-palestinian relations are strong: Ghosheh
Member of the PLO Executive Committee, Sameer Ghosheh, has said that the Palestinian-Syrian relations are strong and in the interest of the two peoples and all the Arabs.
Syria-Palestine, Politics, 7/27/2005
Future work to add to Ugarit history understanding
The Syrian - French archeological mission has finished the excavation work at the archeological site of Ugarit at Ra's Sharma area in the Syrian coastal province of Lattakia, where the team outlined geometry studies of the royal palace area and performed archeological probes in the Temple of Ba'l to reinterpret its history correctly and prepare it to next year's restoration.
Syria, Local, 7/27/2005
Economic reforms in Syria face huge challenges
The Syrian economy has been facing huge challenges under a low growth rate and unemployment rate estimated at more than 20%, as well as a decrease in oil production.
Syria, Economics, 7/26/2005
Syria starts handing over Arab detainees
Syria announced yesterday it had handed Saudi Arabia 12 extremists in the framework of an operation includes handing over several detainees held in Syria of several Arab nationalities to their countries.
Syria-Regional, Politics, 7/26/2005
Shara, Za'anoun discuss developments in the Palestinian territories
"I'll meet Palestinian factions in Damascus to invigorate the Palestinian Liberation Organization and to agree on establishing a Palestinian national council to represent the Palestinians inside and outside the Palestinian territories," he added.
Syria-Palestine, Politics, 7/26/2005
Egypt highlights Syria for position on terror attacks
Syria-Egypt, Politics, 7/26/2005
Lebanese figure: relations with Syria inevitable and fundamental
Lebanon-Syria, Politics, 7/26/2005
Arab Toshiba seminar opened in Damascus
Syria's Industry Minister, Mohammad Ghassan Tayara, on Monday opened a seminar on "Arab Toshiba Company for the Electrical House Appliances" at Le Meridian Hotel in Damascus.
Syria-Japan, Business, 7/26/2005
Syrian aid convoy heads to Iraq
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 7/25/2005
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