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By Editorial - Nov 18,2018
On the occasion of the World Diabetes Day, held on November 14 of every year, Director of the National Centre for Diabetes, Endocrinology and Genetics Kamel Ajlouni issued a stern warning to the country on the health of its people by pointing out that Jordanians are among th
By Editorial - Nov 17,2018
The state visit of Iraqi President Barham Saleh to Jordan on Thursday was, indeed, a big success, having joined His Majesty King Abdullah in extensive talks about how to restore the old traditional and warm relations between the two countries to their historical level after havin
By Editorial - Nov 15,2018
Another "war" between Israel and Hamas has ended on Tuesday with the declaration of yet another truce brokered by Egypt.
By Editorial - Nov 14,2018
The government decided on Sunday to have another look at the regulations governing granting of the Jordanian nationality to foreigners by raising the financial stakes for their eligibility.Depositing $1.5 million with the Central Bank of Jordan, purchasing no less than $1.5 milli
By Editorial - Nov 13,2018
More than 60 world leaders, including US President Donald Trump, Russian President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, gathered in Paris on Sunday to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of War World I.
By Editorial - Nov 12,2018
The United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in Geneva, having reviewed last week Jordan's third updated human rights situation under its Universal Periodic Review procedure, made several observations and issued many recommendations to the country after finding several sh
By Editorial - Nov 11,2018
Nearly two weeks ago, 21 people, 16 of whom were schoolchildren, lost their lives due to freak flashfloods and the sorrow and anguish which followed rushed the country to demand the identification of those who could have been responsible and apportion blame among them.
By Editorial - Nov 10,2018
Israel is busy marketing a master plan to link itself by rail with neighbouring Arab countries, notably Jordan, Saudi Arabia and the Arab Gulf states, and the US appears sold on the idea before consulting the Arab side.US envoy for the Middle East, Jason Green
By Editorial - Nov 08,2018
There was a wide consensus that the midterm elections in the US could be a referendum on President Donald Trump and his policies. That turned out to be only partly true.The mixed results of the elections gave a mixed picture of whether that was really the case.
By Editorial - Nov 07,2018
According to livestock farmers and merchants, the opening of the Jaber/Nasib border crossing between Jordan and Syria turned out to be a mixed blessing, as more and more Jordanians are flocking to the nearest Syrian town to buy red meat at low prices unheard of at the local

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