List of Syrian video sites, TV, radio, newspapers and other websites (for information only)

Name WebsiteRelationshipsIntroduction
Syrian Arab News Agencyhttp://sana.sy/SyrianThe Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) is a Syrian news agency established in June 1965 as a public media organisation linked to the Syrian Ministry of Information. The Syrian Arab News Agency launched its website in 1997.
Syrian Baath Party newspaperhttp://www.albaath.news.sy/SyrianAl-Ba’ath (The Syrian Baath) is a Syrian Arabic language newspaper. The newspaper was founded in 1948 by the Syrian Arab Socialist Ba’ath Party and is published for Syria and other Arab countries, such as Lebanon and Palestine.
Syria’s Fatherland newspaperhttp://www.alwatan.sy/SyrianAl-Watan (The Syrian Fatherland) is a Syrian Arabic-language daily newspaper. It is a newspaper published by the Syrian Arab Publishing and Distribution Company. It was established in 1960 and it was the first privately owned newspaper in Syria, with the sister newspaper Al Iqtissadiya.
Syrian Revolution newspaper http://www.alwehda.gov.sy/SyrianAl-Thawra (The Syrian Revolution) is a Syrian Arabic language newspaper.
Syria TVhttp://www.rtv.gov.sy/SyrianSyrian TV is the state-owned and largest local TV station in Syria, covering the country and the world, with programmes such as soap operas, news and interviews, providing previews, content profiles, online viewing and topical highlights.
Barada TVhttps://www.barada.tv/SyrianBaradah TV is one of the most influential TV stations in Syria, offering online mobile TV, news, programme times, entertainment, soap operas, search and search of past programmes, weather services, etc. The website language is Arabic.
Syria Tourism Boardhttp://www.syriatourism.org/SyrianThe Syrian Tourism Authority has a Chinese website with regional and city profiles, thematic tours, attractions, food, travel and accommodation information.
Syrian Ministry of Educationhttp://www.syrianeducation.org.sy/SyrianThe website of the Syrian Ministry of Education, available in Arabic. In Syria, almost all educational institutions are built by the state, but a bill passed in the country in 2001 also began to allow the establishment of public schools and private universities.
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