Syria

SYRIA/EUROPE. EMMA BONINO AND MARCO PANNELLA MEET FARID N.GHADRY, LEADER OF THE "REFORM PARTY OF SYRIA"

Emma Bonino and Marco Pannella, leaders of the Transnational Radical Party and members of the European Parliament, will have a meeting in Strasbourg on October 14 with Farid N. Ghadry, founder and leader of the Reform Party of Syria, to discuss the c

UE/SIRYA: - BONINO AND PANNELLA URGE EU COMMISSION PRESIDENT TO SUSPEND THE NEGOTIATIONS WITH SYRIA UNLESS CONCRETE TOWARDS THE RESPECT OF HUMAN RIGHTS, STARTING FROM THE RELEASE OF AKTHAM NAISSE ARE UNDERTAKEN

Brussels, 4 August 2004 – In a letter addressed to the President of the European Commission Romano Prodi, the leadership of the Transnational Radical Party and Members of the European Parliament Emma Bonino and Marco Pannella urged "an immediate dire

Some senior U.S. figures say Syria has crossed the red line


WASHINGTON - The American campaign against Syria over the past two weeks has seemed to take a one-step-forward, two-steps-backward course. Observers who have become accustomed to the firm, no-nonsense messages sent to Iraq by the U.S. administra

Parliamentary question by Olivier Dupuis (NI) to the Commission and answer given by Mr Patten on behalf of the Commission



Parliamentary questions
WRITTEN QUESTION E-1764/02
by Olivier Dupuis (NI) to the Commission
(07 June 2002)

Subject: Syria


On 29 May Mr Riad Turk, a Syrian dissident who has spent seventeen years in jail for h

Parliamentary question by Maurizio Turco (NI) to the Commission and answer given by Mr Patten on behalf of the Commission



Parliamentary questions
WRITTEN QUESTION E-1565/02
by Maurizio Turco (NI) to the Commission
(3 June 2002) Subject: Syria


In his answer to Question

Parliamentary question by Maurizio Turco (NI) to the Commission and answer given by Mr Patten on behalf of the Commission



Parliamentary questions
WRITTEN QUESTION P-0634/02
by Maurizio Turco (NI) to the Commission
(27 February 2002)

Subject: Syria


For some time the EU has been seeking to give credit to the Damascus regime as one

Syria's Assad Says Terrorism Is a Part of Life

ROME (Reuters) - Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, on his first visit to the West since the Sept. 11 attacks, pledged Wednesday to support the battle against terrorism, but warned that a complete victory would be impossible.

"Terrorism is l
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