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Wednesday, January 25, 2012
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Egypt to partially lift emergency rule
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Dec 22,2011
Exhibitions
Group exhibition featuring Adnan Jumman at Zara Art Gallery. Until January 29. Tel: 465 1433
The Tenth Maqama: Paper, Clay & Memory IV — Exhibition By Mahmoud Taha at Nabad Art Gallery. Until February 8. Tel: 465 5084
Rhythm of Man — Exhibition by Mohammad Saleh Khalil at Orient Gallery opens at 6:00pm. Until February 16. Tel: 5931331
Opening of the portraits exhibition (Faces)
Monday 6:30 pm at Foresight32 Art Gallery
The exhibition continues until February 29
Open daily from 9:00am to 8:00pm except Fridays.
Exhibition by Ahmad Nawash at the Cairo Amman Bank Art Gallery. Until February 17. Tel: 500 6000
Wasat Al Balad/Downtown — Exhibition by Mohammed Al Shammarey at Jacaranda Images. Until February 17. Tel: 464 4050
Farther Than The Eye Can See — Exhibition by Basma Alsharif at Darat Al Funun. Until March 29. Tel: 464 3251
Concert
A Concert of Style and Elegance — Performance by the Amman Symphony Orchestra, with Stephen Threlfall (conductor) and Sandra Lied Haga (cello), at Al Hussein Cultural Centre — Ras Al Ain on January 25 at 7:30pm.
Films
Screening of documentaries and narrative about the Egyptian revolution, followed by a discussion with the directors at Rainbow Theatre - Jabal Amman at 7:00pm.
January 25 1/2 Revolution
January 26 On the Road to Downtown
Poetry
Romanian-Jordanian poetry evening, to celebrate Romania’s Culture Day and poet Mihai Eminescu, at the Royal Cultural Centre on January 25 at 6:30pm.
‘Jordanian killed in Syria by pro-regime militiamen’
A 27-year-old Jordanian man was killed in the Syrian city of Hama on Monday by Shabiha, pro-regime militiamen, his father Hafez Abu Osbeh said on Tuesday.  Full story
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