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But the two moves have overshadowed the key thing: voting in upcoming elections. Amman, Jordan Jordan is less than two weeks away from a parliamentary election, but the vote has been overshadowed by the government's recent fuel price hikes and
Jordan Jordan says it is prepared to deal with any potential chemical weapon threat posed by the ongoing violence in neighboring Syria, but adds it will not enter "any alliance" to protect itself. Jordan, the U.S. and others have expressed concern
Jordan's ex-spy chief jailed for corruption Opposition protesters have been taking to the streets to call for an end to corruption in Jordan Jordan's former intelligence chief has been sentenced to 13 years in prison for corruption. Mohammed al-
Dr. Carlo Strenger has recently expressed this view in an article entitled Requiem for a two- state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict . Dr Strenger is Chair of the Clinical Graduate Program of the Department of Psychology at Tel Aviv
Jordan (AP) — Jordan's powerful Muslim Brotherhood said Friday it will boycott the upcoming parliamentary elections in protest over recent changes in the kingdom's election legislation, saying they fall short of the opposition group's demands.
King Abdullah called the elections as part of an electoral reform program. It's the second time that elections have been held ahead of schedule since 2010. The Islamists boycotted the last election, based on demographics.
Promised political and economic reforms appear to be stalling. Last week, King Abdullah appointed his fourth prime minister since the Arab Spring started here 17 months ago. Protests erupted in the impoverished countryside south of the capital, Amman,
Jordan Jordan's capital glitters under the black skies of night, as cars negotiate weaving roads and lights from cafes and shops flood the streets of East and West Amman. The glowing desert kingdom capital reveals no signs that several hundred miles
Jordan Jordan's foreign minister says 100 Syrian military and police deserters have taken refuge in the kingdom throughout the eight-month uprising in their country. Nasser Judeh's Sunday remarks were the first official public confirmation that
Jordan Jordan's Popular Democratic Unity party says at least 8 of its members were wounded in the southern city of Karak during a protest demanding government reforms. The political party said in a statement issued Friday that the injured were being