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PM orders support for preparations for Pope's visit

Amman, April 22 (Petra) -- Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour on Tuesday issued directives to take all measures required to support preparations for receiving Pope Francis I, who is expected to arrive in Jordan in May. In a communiqué issued to the...
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Citizens at the heart of the reform process — King

AMMAN — His Majesty King Abdullah on Wednesday asserted that the Jordanian citizen is at the heart of the country’s comprehensive reform process, which he described as a strategic plan that requires the engagement of all, according to a Royal Court...
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Conference on sustainable economic development kicks off in Amman

Amman - The Faculty of Administrative Sciences at the Isra University on Thursday launched an international conference under the title "Sustainable development: A Need for Economic Development" to reach decision makers in the scientific and research...
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PM: Jordanian economy starts recovering

Amman (Petra)--Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour said that Jordan's economy has started to recover and is moving steadily in the right direction despite the global financial downturn, the crisis in Syria and its repercussions on the Kingdom. At a...
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Media Accreditation for Covering His Holiness Pope Francis Visit to The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan

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Letter from His Majesty King Abdullah II to His Excellency Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour on Developing a Clear Vision for the Jordanian Economy for the Next Ten Years

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Remarks by His Majesty King Abdullah II’s at the 25th Arab Summit

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Interview with His Majesty King Abdullah II with Al-Hayat

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Remarks by His Majesty King Abdullah II and President Obama in Statement to the Press

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Testimony of Her Excellency Ambassador Alia Bouran before the State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Subcommittee: “U.S. Assistance to Jordan and Lebanon”

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Jordan Elected to United Nations Security Council for 2014 – 2015 Term

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As of January 2014, there are 1,337,750 Syrian refugees in Jordan.

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