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Jordan's deputy premier in Egypt: coordination is imperative
Accompanied by Minister of Trade and Industry Hani Mulqi, Jordanian Deputy Premier and Foreign Minister Jawad Anani arrived in Cairo, Egypt, yesterday for talks with the Egyptian authorities on the faltering peace process.
Jordan-Egypt, Politics, 5/16/1998
Arafat in Jordan discuss U.S. efforts
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat arrived today in the Jordanian capital Amman, where he will meet with Jordanian Monarch King Hussein to discuss recent developments in the peace process.
Jordan-Palestine, Politics, 5/16/1998
Jordan concerned about occupied lands
"Israel should bear responsibility for protecting Islamic and Christian holy shrines in the city," Jordanian Prime Minister Dr. Abdul Salam Majali said. "The extremists' act cotntradicts with the spirit of Jordan's peace treaty with Israel which includes articles dealing with the holy places," he added
Jordan-Palestine, Politics, 5/15/1998
The Jordanian foreign minister visits Cairo today
Egypt-Jordan, Politics, 5/15/1998
Al-Quds al-Arabi daily banned in Jordan
Jordan, Politics, 5/15/1998
Moussa to London on Sunday, Annani to Cairo on Saturday
Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Moussa will head to London on Sunday for a brief visit during which he will meet with British Foreign Minister Robin Cook in order to discuss the outcomes of British communications concerning the peace process.
Egypt-Jordan-UK, Politics, 5/14/1998
Four Jordanian prisoners back home
Four Jordanian prisoners arrived yesterday in Amman after they spent eight years in Kuwaiti custody for supporting Iraq's six-month invasion of Kuwait in 1990 which was followed by the Gulf War in 1991.
Jordan-Kuwait, Judicial, 5/14/1998
Jordan's House of Representatives: US should end support for Israeli policies
Jordan's Lower House issued a statement that reiterated its call for restoration of Palestinian rights and Israeli withdrawal from all occupied territories.
Jordan-Palestine-USA, Politics, 5/14/1998
Jordan's second largest dam inaugurated
It cost JD 51 million and has the capacity to hold 55 million cubic meters of water. Jordan's government financed 45% of its total cost, while a loan from the Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development covered the rest.
Jordan, Economics, 5/13/1998
Three Jordanians arrested under charges on recent explosions
Jordan, Judicial, 5/13/1998
A Palestinian parliamentary delegation - will visit Jordan
Jordan-Palestine, Politics, 5/13/1998
King of Jordan: peace is important
Jordan, Politics, 5/13/1998
Seven prisoners will leave Kuwait soon
An official in the Kuwait Ministry of Interior confirmed today that two groups of Jordanian prisoners who were pardoned by prince of Kuwait Sheikh Jabir al-Ahmed al-Sabah will leave Kuwait for Jordan at the end of this week, after special arrangements are made for their departure.
Kuwait-Jordan, Politics, 5/12/1998
Jordan for establishing a dialogue with Syria
Jordan-Syria, Politics, 5/12/1998
The Jordanian foreign minister is to arrive at Cairo
Jordan-Egypt, Economics, 5/12/1998
Bomb attackers captured in Jordan
One week after a series of minor bomb attacks that shocked part of theJordanian capital, Amman, acting Minister of Information Naser Lawzi announced the capture of a group targeting Jordanian internal security and stability.
Jordan, Local, 5/11/1998
Al-Sahaf discusses Iraqi situation with King Hussein
During the meeting Sahaf delivered a message from Iraqi President Saddam Hussein to King Hussein. The king stressed that Jordan would continue to, "exert maximum efforts to lift the sanctions imposed on Iraqi people," after the Gulf war.
Iraq-Jordan, Politics, 5/11/1998
Football: Saudi Arabia and Syria have wins
Syria's youth soccer team defeated Jordan's soccer team 2-0 at the opening tournament of the second group of the 31st Asian Nations Cup playoffs, which opened on Sunday in Beirut.
Syria-Jordan, Sports, 5/11/1998
Fatah denies connection with Amman explosions
Fatah's official representative in Amman, Ibrahim Ajwah, denied that his organization is connected with a series of explosions that recently took place in Amman.
Jordan, Local, 5/11/1998
Chinese-Jordanian economic relations highlighted
Jordan-China, Economics, 5/11/1998
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