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2nd exhibition of Syria’s reconstruction on May 18th

  Damascus, SANA The 2nd exhibition on Syria’s reconstruction will be held on May 18th at Dama Rose Hotel in Damascus under the title Syrians build Syria. Dozens of companies and a number …

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Syrian air defense systems shoot down a UAV over Lattakia

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March 18, Science Day in Europe

  1932 – End of war between China and Japan. 1938 – Nationalization of petroleum industry in Mexico. 1963 – Opening of Cairo International Airport. 1965 – Soviet astronaut Alexei …

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Syria wins three medals in Championship of weightlifting in UAE

  Abu Dhabi, SANA – Syrian Special Olympic team for athletes member Fatima al-Hassan won silver medal in the 55kg category in the weightlifting at the 6th FAZAA International Athletics Competition in UAE. Al-Hassan …

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Prayer in Damascus on world day for prayer and fasting for peace in Syria

Damascus, SANA A prayer was held at the Orthodox Church of Saydet El Niyah Church (Our Lady of Niyah) in al-Zaitoun quarter in Damascus on Monday on the occasion of the World Day …

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President al-Assad receives Iranian Minister of Economy and Finance Ali Tayebnia

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March,17 UN Security Council adopts a resolution on a flight ban in Libyan air space

  1921- First birth control clinic opened in Britain. 1943 – Allies forces captures the Tunisian city of Qafsa after forcing out the German forces from the city during the …

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A new “Justice Palace” in Deir Ezzor

Deir Ezzor, SANA A new Justice Palace was opened in the eastern province of Deir Ezzor Sunday. The new palace building contains 32 chambers over an area of 1200 square meters. “Work in …

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March16, Egypt restores sovereignty over Taba region

  1919 – Invention of wireless telephone allows British aviators to work in the air. 1977 –US President Jimmy Carter expresses support for establishment of a national homeland for Palestinian …

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Homs, March, 15th, 2015

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