|Owner(s)||Syrian Regional Branch of the Arab Socialist Ba'ath Party|
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Al Ba'ath was founded in 1948 and is an organ of the Arab Socialist Ba'ath Party of Syria. In addition to the daily, there are also three more state-owned papers in Syria, Al Thrawra, Tishreen and Syria Times. Al Ba'ath is based in Damascus.
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- (in Arabic) Al-Ba'ath
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