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Jordan win silver medal after losing to Qatar in basketball final
Reported by JT | Dec 23,2011 | 23:36
Ali Zaghab (centre) of Jordan tries to score against Tunisia (AFP photo)
AMMAN – Jordan’s national basketball team on Thursday played against Qatar in the final match of the 2011 Arab Games, being held in the Qatari capital Doha. 
Jordan lost the game 70 -78 and won the silver medal in the championship.
In another game, Egypt beat Tunisia 88 – 71and won the bronze medal.
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