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We must all stand united to destroy the outlaws of Islam, King stresses

AMMAN — His Majesty King Abdullah on Tuesday condemned the Manchester suicide bombing that took place on Monday and killed 22 people, a Royal Court statement said Tuesday. In a cable sent to UK Prime Minister Theresa May, the King expressed his...
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Prime Minister, international experts discuss progress of Jordan's atomic energy programme

AMMAN –– Prime Minister Hani Mulki said Tuesday that Jordan is forging ahead with its nuclear energy programme and will simultaneously continue to develop renewable energy sources and shale oil for electricity generation. Mulki said at a meeting...
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Germany announces 97.4m euro development grant to Jordan

AMMAN — Planning and International Cooperation Minister Imad Fakhoury on Tuesday met with Christine Toetzke, Director of the Middle East Unit at the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development in Germany, and discussed means of...
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Royal Air Force granted licence to generate solar energy

AMMAN — The Energy and Minerals Regulatory Commission has granted the Royal Air Force a license to generate electricity from solar energy, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported on Tuesday. The licence allows the establishment, ownership, amendment...
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In Focus

On the occasion of Jordan’s 71st Independence Day, the Embassy of Jordan will be closed today, Thursday May 25.

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Remarks by His Majesty King Abdullah II - Arab Islamic American Summit Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

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King, US president discuss regional developments

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"Developing Human Resources and Education Imperative for Jordan’s Progress" by His Majesty King Abdullah ibn Al Hussein

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Transcript: White House Press Conference

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Fayez heads Kingdom's delegation at World Government Summit

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Jordan, OIC discuss ways to tackle extremism

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Senate president meets with Japan's foreign affairs minister

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As of August 2014, there are 1,400,384 Syrian refugees in Jordan

Politics and Reform

The National Resilience Plan

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Timeline of Political Reform

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Human Rights and Political Freedom

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Women in Political Life

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2013 Parliamentary Elections

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