21 Dec 2011 - 17 Apr 2016
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Maan residents gather in solidarity with former mayor
Calm restored in Mafraq after Friday clashes
‘A woman’s touch evident in Arab Spring’
Egypt Islamists continue gains in 2nd round vote
West Bank Christians pray for threatened valley
Eight killed in attack on Yemen protests — doctors
Jordan reaffirms ‘solid relations’ with Palestinians
Budding journalists to receive training
Tunisian gov’t sworn in
‘Saleh plans a stay in US’
Cold war heats up between US and Hizbollah
‘2011 will carry highest economic losses in history’
Natural and man-made catastrophes cost the world economy $350 billion (270 billion euros) and 30,000 lives this year, reinsurer Swiss Re said in a recent statement.
Toyota eyes 20 per cent global sales growth in 2012
Japan's biggest carmaker Toyota said Friday it would aim to boost global sales by a fifth next year, seeking growth in emerging markets to counter sluggish demand in the crisis-hit developed world.
Economists dispute 2012 draft budget law
A group of economists on Saturday disputed the 2012 budget draft law claiming that major miscalculations may jeopardise the Kingdom’s economy.
‘ECB cash will ease pressures on banks’
Jordan, Saudi Arabia hold talks on averting dual taxation
JEBA promotes Dutch PUM, VROM programmes
EU grants Jordan 103 million euros
German Development Bank KfW backs Jordan by over 1b euros during 50 years
Jordan, Bahrain play in.
Jordan will play for gold when they meet Bahrain in the football.
Poll : Do you expect the anti-corruption campaign in Jordan to pay off?
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