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  • Joint drills

    His Majesty King Abdullah, the Supreme Commander of the Jordan Armed Forces, on Tuesday attends a joint military exercise, carried out by a military unit of the Jordan Armed Forces and a unit of the United Arab Emirates’ Armed Forces.

  • Ministry summons Israeli envoy over ‘insults to Parliament’

    The Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday it has summoned Israeli Ambassador to Jordan Daniel Nevo, protesting statements he had made to the media criticising the House and triggering a furious response from lawmakers. 

  • Series of debates tackle subjects of importance to young people

    As part of the European Union’s engagement with youth and support to the development of a culture of debating, a series of youth debates are being held in four cities around Jordan during November and December.

  • Bani Rsheid should have read the law — PM

    Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour on Tuesday reiterated the official stand on the arrest of a Muslim Brotherhood leader, insisting that Zaki Bani Rsheid’s prosecution is not driven by political motives.

  • Arab countries import half their food — report

    The Arab region, which imports about half of its food needs, can boost its food production primarily by improving productivity and irrigation efficiency, in addition to regional cooperation, according to a report that will be launched in Amman on Wednesday. 

  • Stakeholders share views on public sector reform

    Officials, representatives of political parties and unionists gathered on Tuesday to discuss ways to develop public sector performance based on His Majesty King Abdullah’s discussion papers. 

  • Jordan will witness steady increase in temperatures, more dry spells — report

    Jordan will witness a steady increase in temperatures, more dry spells and a drop in precipitation during the coming decades as the impact of climate change becomes more apparent, according to the Third National Communication on Climate Change.

Warplanes strike airport in Libya capital again

Warplanes again bombed a Libyan military airbase Tuesday that until.

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