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Maan residents gather in solidarity with former mayor
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Dec 22,2011
Group exhibition at Orient Gallery. Until December 31. Tel: 593 1331
Trendsetting II: Art & Design — Group exhibition at Nabad Art Gallery. Until January 4. Tel: 465 5084
Exhibition “Amman” by Fouad Elkhoury and No-“Sheep’s Land” by Saba Innab at Darat Al Funun. Until January 5. Tel: 464 3251
Echoes of Rome — Exhibition by Wijdan at the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts. Until January 5. Tel: 463 0128
Dialogue of Colour — Group exhibition at   Gallery 14. Until January 10. Tel: 464 7859
Maryam — Exhibition by Mohammad Msier at Dar Al Anda. Until January 11. Tel: 462 9599 
Coloured Festivities — Group exhibition at Foresight32 Art Gallery. Until January 20. Tel: 556 0080
Colour Play — First travelling exhibit at the Children’s Museum, explore the art and science behind colour in the huge Colour Playhouse. Until December 31. Tel: 541 1479

Jordan, Bahrain play in Pan-Arab Games final
Jordan will play for gold when they meet Bahrain in the football competition at the Pan-Arab Games in Doha on Friday. Full story
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