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Shin Bet security service chief Yoram Cohen met with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas last month to update him on the foiled Hamas plot to overthrow the West Bank Fatah leadership, Israel Radio reported Monday, citing Lebanese media.
Saudi Paper says Jordan handed NATO secret security reports showing the expansion of extremists in Iraq, including ideas to counter group's advance towards its territory.
The Jabal Amman historical district, crisscrossed by quaint streets, cafA©s and art galleries has become a hub for the Jordanian capital's LGBT community.
When Aussie comedian and talk show host Adam Hills heard that the humanitarians of Westboro Baptist Church were threatening to picket Robin Williams' funeral, he responded with fiery vehemence.
A child gestures during a rally by supporters of the Jordanian Muslim Brotherhood in Amman, celebrating what Hamas say is its victory in Gaza, August 29, 2014.
In continuation of its positive traffic growth trend, Airport International Group - the Jordanian company responsible for the rehabilitation, expansion and operation of Queen Alia International Airport - announced an increase in passenger numbers and aircraft movements at QAIA during July 2014.
Jon Stewart's directorial film debut, "Rosewater," is set to premiere at film festivals in the United States and Canada this September.
Based on the international bestseller by Agota Kristof, "The Notebook" represented Hungary in the Academy Awards' foreign-language film competition but failed to garner a nomination.
MORRISTOWN, N.J., Aug. 27, 2014 -- Louis Berger has secured a fourth contract extension for independent engineering services at the Queen Alia International Airport in Amman, Jordan.
The first Boeing 787 Dreamliner joined the RJ fleet on August 27, bearing the name of Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah II.
Jordanian newspaper says leaders met in Amman; Prime Minister's Office does not comment on report; Netanyahu said Wednesday that Israel could potentially want Abbas and his forces in Gaza.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas met secretly in Amman prior to the announcement Tuesday of the cease-fire which ended 50 days of fighting between Israel and armed factions in Gaza, Jordanian daily Al-Ghad reported on Wednesday.
Arab Bank Plc, accused in a U.S. trial of helping finance suicide bombings in and near Israel by processing transactions to benefit Hamas, sought to cast doubt on victims' claims the attacks were caused by the Palestinian militant group.
CONSIDERING the bad news from the ongoing Israeli/Palestinian crisis, May in the Summer 's timing is great.
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