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The Jordanian parliament met at the Akef al Fayez center Monday August 19th and after listening to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, made the following 17-point statement in regards to ways to respond
Whenever my Palestinian American cousins come to visit us, in Jerusalem, they always come prepared. In addition to the family-size package of Dunkin’ Donuts coffee, they bring books and an all
‘Himam’ the coalition of civil society organizations, called on the government of Jordan to release all prisoners of conscious who have been detained for a variety of period because of their
Egyptian Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Tarek el-Mulla said in a July 25 statement following the meeting of the founding members of the Eastern Mediterranean Gas Forum (EMGF) in Cairo
The Jordanian government is pushing to amend a 67-year-old law regulating the possession of firearms in the kingdom. If the amendments pass, Jordanians would have six months to hand over unlicensed
The International Press Institute, a global network of editors, media executives and journalists for press freedom, urges the government of Israel to immediately release photojournalist Mustafa
A raft of legal challenges filed across Jordan has placed the kingdom’s latest controversial gas deal with Israel in jeopardy, and placed greater strain and uncertainty on the government of Prime
Jordan and Qatar are expected to exchange ambassadors in the coming days, two years after Amman recalled its ambassador to Doha, as Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain and Egypt
Despite the recommendation of the Media Commission and the Minister for Media Affairs, the Jordanian government has rejected a request to waive the very high fees that not for profit radio stations
Journalists and worker rights activists completed Tuesday a workshop in Amman aimed at sensitizing journalists in labor rights and empower union activists through media. The workshop organized by