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By Editorial - Sep 11,2018
Friday’s Tehran summit between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his counterparts Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on the ticking time bomb, Idlib, ended up with deep division between the Turkish leader on one hand and his Russian and
By Editorial - Sep 10,2018
His Majesty King Abdullah received on Sunday the 2017 annual report of the National Centre for Human Rights (NCHR) on the situation of human rights in the country.Jordan now has progressive legislations on all aspects of human rights, including those affecting women’s rights for
By Editorial - Sep 09,2018
There must have been a better way for US President Donald Trump’s inner circle at the White House to air their collective grievances and concerns about the way Trump has been conducting national and international affairs than to send an anonymous op-ed to The New York Times.The i
By Editorial - Sep 08,2018
According to the Ministry of Labour (MoL), there are some 58,262 guest domestic workers in the Kingdom who come from Africa, Asia and the Far East.
By Editorial - Sep 06,2018
Paraguay's decision to move back its embassy from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv shows, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that Palestinian and Arab resistance to following in the footsteps of the US, which has relocated its embassy to Jerusalem in May, is paying off.It was US President Donald T
By Editorial - Sep 05,2018
The battle for Idlib started when Russian warplanes showered the area on Tuesday with bombs, killing scores of people, most of whom were civilians, women and children.The launching of the offensive against Idlib preempted the tripartite meeting
By Editorial - Sep 04,2018
While the Palestinian leadership may have discussed the federation or confederation idea between Jordan and the West Bank, Jordan is on record, and has been on record, for decades that the future relations between the West Bank and Jordan can only mature and become viable when th
By Editorial - Sep 03,2018
Jordanian tomato growers are up in arms because their product is no longer cost-effective, prompting some farmers to destroy their produce rather than bother sell it at a very low price that, they say, does not cover their expenses.Scenes on social media of farmers dumping t
By Editorial - Sep 02,2018
So US President Donald Trump announced recently an end to all US funding to UNRWA after describing it as an "irredeemably flawed operation".
By Editorial - Sep 01,2018
UN Special Envoy to Syria Staffan de Mistura is worried that a war over Idlib in Syria could be catastrophic.



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