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 Five abductees held by terrorists in Daraa al-Balad freed   ::::   First batch of terrorists evacuated from Daraa al-Balad to northern Syria   ::::   President al-Assad to Ansari: Defeating terrorism reflects solid will of Syrian Army and allied forces in liberating all Syrian territory   ::::   Putin, Erdogan discuss settlement of crisis in Syria   ::::   Gatilov: Upcoming meeting of guarantor states on Syria may take place in the first half of August   ::::   2 bronze medals , 2 certificates of appreciation for Syria at the 59th IMO, Romania   ::::   Weapons and munitions left behind by terrorists found in Hama countryside   ::::   New Israeli aggression on military posts in Quneitra countryside   ::::   Syrian Olympiads scientific teams wrap up preparations for international Olympiads   ::::   Technical preparations underway ahead of 60th Damascus International Fair   ::::   Shoigu: Moscow ready to discuss supplying Syria with S-300 missile system   ::::   Ambassador al-Sabbagh: Syria rejects US accusations regarding chemical weapons usage   ::::   Army advances in Daraa western countryside   ::::   Speaker Sabbagh, Iraqi Ambassador discuss enhancing bilateral relations in all domains   ::::   Al-Arqoub industrial zone in Aleppo, defies terrorism and returns to production   ::::   More than 30,000 persons return to Dael in Daraa northern countryside after security and stability restored to it   ::::   Kotleba: Unilateral coercive measures on Syria meaningless, cause suffering   ::::   Terrorists fire shells at Daraa city, causing material damage   ::::   Lavrov: President al-Assad is defending entire region against terrorism   ::::   Al-Jaafari: Main reason of conflicts in ME was and still Israeli occupation of Arab territories   :::: 
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SINGAPORE - Golds decade-long Bull Run could continue in the next four years, though at a slower pace, with positive inflation risks partially cooled by a shift toward more normal economic conditions ...
CEO of Saudi Telecom Company Saud al-Duwaish disclosed that his company had received a letter stating that the auction for the 3rd mobile network operating license has been postponed without specifying another date ...
TOKYO - Japans exports fell for the first time in 16 months in March, hit by the fallout from last months massive earthquake and tsunami, which destroyed factories and damaged ports.
Auto exports especially took a beating as the twin disasters ...
BEIJING - China has provided a total of 256.29 billion yuan ($39 billion) in aid to foreign countries by the end of 2009, a white paper on foreign aid says.
According the white paper issued by the Information Office of the State Council ...
SHANGHAI - High oil prices have hurt demand in top consumers China and the US, and OPEC needs to raise output around June to stem further price rises, the International Energy Agencys executive director said ...
Singapore - Spot gold prices breached $1,500 for the first time and silver hit a 31-year high on Wednesday, supported by a weak dollar and concerns over a sovereign debt crisis in the euro zone. ...
Damascus The SYP/ USD exchange rate continues stable at 47,69 for the third week in a row, while the Euro started off the week's trading at 68,74 and closed at 69,18, recording a 0,64 % increase.
According to the Central Bank of Syria (CBS) weekly report ...
Tokyo - The Japanese economy could grow slower than earlier projections as the nuclear crisis following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami has unfolded, the chief economist at the Asian Development Bank said in a recent interview ...
WASHINGTON Anoop Singh, the director of the International Monetary Fund's Asia-Pacific Department, said power losses in Japan following the nation's worst earthquake threaten to disrupt growth in the region's ...
WASHINGTON Global finance chiefs have warned that rising food prices, unanswered joblessness and weak finances in advanced economies could still derail economic recovery.
We are one shock away from a full-blown crisis, ...
LONDON - Gold held near record highs on Monday as worries over the outlook for the euro lifted interest in the metal as a haven from risk and as a fresh hike in Chinas reserve requirements highlighted concerns over inflation ...
Aleppo, Northern Syria - Members of Aleppo Chamber of Commerce on Sunday called for achieving coordination between the Ministry of Economy and Trade and various bodies at the chambers of commerce and industry, in addition to allowing these bodies to participate ...
BEIJING - China's central bank announced Sunday it would raise the required reserve ratio of the country's lenders by 50 basis points from Thursday, the fourth time this year ...
SAN FRANCISCO - IBM on Wednesday announced a collaborative project to develop an intelligent transportation system that is expected to help commuters avoid traffic jam and enable transportation agencies to better understand, predict and manage traffic flow ...
WASHINGTON - Finance ministers and central bank governors from the world's 20 dominant economies have completed the first step to address global economic imbalances, French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde said here on Friday
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Damascus In its closing session on Wednesday, participants in the 6th Damascus Insurance Forum recommended preserving the independence of supervision and monitoring bodies to reach a developed legislation environment. They called for improving management methods and increasing ...
Leaders of the worlds major emerging powers are set to meet on Thursday in China at a summit expected to tackle the conflict in Libya and reform of the international financial system.
The summit of the five-member BRICS bloc -Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa- ...
Damascus - The Women Empowerment Project continues activities in Afrin town and Mount Simeon, northwest of Aleppo, targeting 7 villages.
The project is sponsored by the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labour in cooperation with the UNDP ...
LONDON - Surging inflation pressures and the natural disasters that ravaged Japan last month look unlikely to stall an ascendant global economy, a Reuters poll of around 350 economists showed on Thursday ...
Geneva -The World Trade Organisations chief has triggered a race to rescue stalled global trade talks, setting a date for delivery of the crucial texts that could make or break the process by the end of April ...
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