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July, 2021

  • 20 July

    Two ladies from Banias countryside create two micro-projects for preparing homemade sweets

    Tartous, SANA- Every year , Sawsan Wardeh and Imtithal Abbas, from Banias countryside in Tartous province receive orders from local customers to prepare homemade sweets as they made the sweet …

  • 19 July

    Tartous Markets ahead of Eid al-Adha

    Manar Salameh

June, 2021

  • 29 June

    Pottery craftsman preserves his career for half century

    Tartous, SANA-Taha Hammadi Al Hammadi, a man in his 70th, has persisted   his work in pottery industry for 55 years, providing with his traditional tools a wide group of pottery …

  • 27 June

    Wheat fields in al-Majdil village in Sheikh Badr countryside, Tartous

  • 7 June

    With simple tools, a young man from Tartous makes Oud instrument with high specifications

    Tartous, SANA – Young man Hassan Zahra works hard in his small workshop in one of Sheikh Bader villages in Tartous province to develop his profession in making oud instrument …

  • 7 June

    Harvesting and preparing tobacco in Harisoun town in Baniyas area (photos)

    Tartous, SANA- Tobacco cultivation in Tartous province is of great importance where many families depend on it as the only source of livelihood, especially in the rural mountain in Qadmous …

  • 5 June

    Wheat harvest at al-Jbab village, Sheikh Badr region in Tartous countryside-photos

    Wheat harvest at al-Jbab village, Sheikh Badr region in Tartous countryside ( photos )

May, 2021

  • 26 May

    Locals in Sheikh Badr City in Tartous gather to cast their votes in presidential election

  • 26 May

    Wounded army personnel, citizens gather at polling stations in Tartous to cast their votes (Photos)

    Tartous, SANA- Wounded army personnel and crowds of citizens on Wednesday headed for the polling stations in Tartous province to cast their votes in 2021 presidential elections.    

  • 23 May

    A mass rally for students of Tartous University in Tartous in support of presidential elections