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Egypt to partially lift emergency rule
Childhood obesity ‘not prevalent in Jordan’, studies indicate
Physical fitness studies on Jordanian schoolchildren indicate that the Kingdom does not have a childhood obesity problem, Samer Kasieh, project manager for the King Abdullah II Award for Physical Fitness Project, said Tuesday.
Endowments to support research into legacy of legendary scholars
His Majesty King Abdullah on Tuesday attended a ceremony to announce the launch of two waqfs for integral chairs to study the legacy of Imam Al Ghazali and Imam Fakhr Al Din Al Razi.
‘Jordan remains committed to protecting Jerusalem’
His Majesty King Abdullah on Tuesday underlined that Jordan will continue its role in protecting Jerusalem and its holy sites.
Palestinians take step towards elections, unity
Palestinian political rivals Hamas and Fateh on Tuesday took a first practical step towards elections and possible unity by opening an office for voter registration in the Gaza Strip, the Associated Press reported.
‘Quartet supports Jordan’s peace efforts’
Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh on Tuesday discussed with Tony Blair, representative of the International Quartet for Middle East peace, efforts to push the peace process forward.
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Egypt to partially lift emergency rule
Jordan to receive US wheat grant on Thursday
No suspicion of corruption found in ATHENA project
Jordan-Egypt trade weathers turmoil, continues to grow — envoy
Libya ‘will strike back’ if Qadhafi men behind unrest
Iraq hits out at Turkey as ties worsen
UN envoys slam Russia for selling weapons to Syria
US Marine faces 3 months at most for Haditha killings
Premier to attend Davos forum
Car bombs kill 14 in Baghdad
Israel detains Palestinian speaker for six months
Lebanon upholds verdict over general’s Israel leaks
Moroccan dies of wounds after self-immolation — hospital
Iran says sanctions to fail, repeats Hormuz threat
‘Britain not seeking military conflict with Iran’
‘Saleh seeks exile in reluctant Oman’
Burayzat appointed as local watchdog chief commissioner
Khasawneh sworn in as ambassador to Egypt
Muslim Brotherhood preparing for internal elections
‘Jordan making progress in rights of people with disabilities’
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