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SYRSyria
SYRSyriac (form of Aramaic)
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SYRSyrupus (Syrup)
SYRSonic Youth Recordings
SYRServes You Right
SYRSyracuse, NY, USA - Hancock International (Airport Code)
SYRSynergy Brands, Inc. (former stock symbol; now SYBR)
SYRSetup Your Roommate
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In an exclusive interview with FNA, Sahiounie made comments on US Syria policies, saying, "If the Syrian government takes control of Eastern Syria, they will announce victory and that will be a big loss to the American administration and its allies...
During his speech at the peace conference, the veteran Syrian diplomat accused Turkey of deploying more than 10,000 soldiers and 166 tanks inside of northern Syria.
"Syria is an important country in the Middle East and a strategic partner that we should develop our relations with," President Bibilov told SANA correspondent in Moscow in an interview.
The minister noted that Turkey won't agree to any concessions in the fight against terrorists in Syria.
As per the agreement, Iran will continue to provide "presence and participation" for the reconstruction of Syria.
He said, "Our priority is that Indian companies come and help us rebuild Syria and we are open for Indian investors and businesses.
Other major powers are treating Syria as a staging ground for larger interests
The Druze, who are an ancient religious sect with ties to Shi'ite Islam, were split between Israel and Syria following a 1967 war when Israel gained the Golan Heights from Syria.
The UN Commission of Inquiry on Syria, which is tasked with investigating human rights violations in the Arab country, made the request in its 12th report published on Tuesday.
In Syria the situation become more complicated, to capture the border territories, Turkey sent army across the border into Syria , in a campaign with backed Syrian opposition fighters.
More particularly, Lebanese banks' subsidiaries (with the exception of Fransabank Syria due to the unavailability of data), namely Bank Audi Syria, Bank of Syria & Overseas, Byblos Bank Syria, Bank BEMO Saudi Fransi, Sharq Bank, and Syria Gulf Bank recorded a sizeable SYP 6.35 billion annual contraction in net profits to around SYP 2.89 billion ($19.27 million) in the first half of the year 2014, down from SYP 9.24 billion over the same period in 2013.