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By Editorial - Jan 12,2014
According to the Department of Statistics, the consumer prices index, which measures inflation in the country, rose by 5.6 per cent in 2013, compared to 2012. Few countries in the world witness such huge increases in consumer prices, and this should pose a big challenge to t
By Editorial - Jan 11,2014
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has been quoted as saying that the projected Geneva II conference on Syria, due to take place on January 22, will fail if Iran does not attend. The Iranian news agency ISNA quoted Rouhani as telling his Russian counterpart, President Vladimir
By Editorial - Jan 09,2014
In an unprecedented move that reflects the country’s move to instil the values of good governance, transparency and separation of powers, the Lower House Finance Committee on Monday debated the Royal Court budget. Too bad that the head of the committee did not allow th
By Editorial - Jan 08,2014
If it were left to Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman, most Arabs of Israel living in the Galilee would be expelled from their homes, town and cities, and part of their territories would be added to the projected Palestinian state in exchange for parts of the West Ban
By Editorial - Jan 07,2014
At the core of the ongoing reform process is enhancing citizens’ participation in the decision-making process and empowering them to contribute to building their society in a democratic manner. This reform process, which was launched by His Majesty King Abdullah more t
By Editorial - Jan 06,2014
His Majesty King Abdullah, in his meeting with US Secretary of State John Kerry in Amman on Sunday, reiterated Jordan’s support for an agreement between Israelis and Palestinians as long as it safeguards the Kingdom’s legitimate interests. Jordan’s concerns
By Editorial - Jan 05,2014
The barely ended year saw the region inflame again, with political and religious conflicts raging across it with renewed force. According to UN sources, no less than 8,000 people were killed in Iraq during 2013, in the course of fighting between government forces and radical
By Editorial - Jan 04,2014
People around the country are complaining about chaotic scenes at schools where the General Secondary Education Certificate Exam, better known as Tawjihi, is being held. Around 171,000 Jordanian students are sitting for the exam that determines their path in life.



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