January 2012
Background Notes on Countries of the World: Syria;1/26/2012, p10
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The article presents information on the relations between the U.S. and Syria. Relations between the two countries was severed in 1967 but resumed in June 1974. Syria cooperated with the U.S. in the Gulf War. The U.S. also included Syria in its list of state sponsors of terrorism due to Syria's continuing support for terrorist organizations.


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