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Fuel prices expected to drop Thursday
Gas stations decreased orders on fuel products Sunday by nearly 50 percent in one day because of the declining demand on products by citizens amidst expectations that fuel prices will drop in the new
Day-laborers renew protest at Prime Ministry
Tens of day-laborers laid off from the Ministry of Agriculture demonstrated Monday morning in front of the Prime Ministry in an escalation of their protest against the government's decision to fire
Jordan extradites 2 palestinians to Dubai in Hamas assasination
Jordanian authorities extradited two Palestinians to Dubai authorities, suspected of involvement of the assasination of Hamas leader Mahmoud Mabhouh who was killed at a hotel in the Arab Emirate last
Pregnant woman, unborn die in Karak car crash
25-year old pregnant woman died Tuesday night in a car crash near Al Qatranah, Karak Governorate in southern Jordan. Banan Al Nawayseh, 25, was critically injured in a car accident when her husband,
Jordan eager to help Libya prepare for Arab summit
Jordan on Tuesday expressed keenness to put all its expertise at the disposal of Libya during the North African country’s preparations to host the Arab summit next month, the Jordan News Agency, Petra
King discusses ties, region with top US military official
AMMAN - His Majesty King Abdullah on Tuesday discussed military cooperation with US Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Mike Mullen. At a meeting yesterday, King Abdullah and the US official