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Maan citizens accuse Jordanian government of launching a revenge war
One Jordanian citizen from Maan city, Muhammad al-Khattab, pointed to houses which were hit by the shells, of tanks and machinegun bullets, and accused the Jordanian authorities of launching a war in this city.
Jordan, Politics, 11/23/2002
Jordan: banning of sit in, a meeting
The Jordanian government prevented a sit in by the Jordanian vocational trade union and a meeting for the committee in charge of resisting trade unionist normalization (with Israel), which were due yesterday.
Jordan, Politics, 11/23/2002
Iraq, Jordan renew oil agreement
Iraq and Jordan on Thursday renewed in Baghdad their oil agreement according to which Jordan is provided with all its needs of crude oil during 2003 at preferable conditions.
Jordan-Iraq, Economics, 11/23/2002
Washington intends to withdraw some of its diplomats in Jordan
Jordan-USA, Politics, 11/23/2002
French due debts on Jordan rescheduled
The Jordanian minister of finance Michael Marto and the French ambassador in Amman Jane Caza on Thursday signed an agreement for rescheduling USD 330 million which constitute half of the French debts on Jordan.
Jordan-France, Economics, 11/23/2002
Riyadh does not rule out Saudis participation in Maan riots
The Saudi minister of the interior prince Nayef Bin Abdul Aziz said yesterday that he does not rule out the participation of Saudis in the acts of violence which took place last week in Maan. Prince Nayef told journalists "This is regrettable and this matter is of concern to our brothers in Jordan, hoping this will not be so. But might be that because of Maan closeness to the Saudi borders." He gave no further explanations."
Saudi Arabia-Jordan, Politics, 11/22/2002
Jordan arrests Majd al-Shameylah
Jordan, Local, 11/20/2002
Korea, Jordan Sign Double Taxation Prevention Agreement
building projects by contractors based in the other country not exceeding a year will not be taxed by the country where the construction is taking place, while profits made on the securities and bonds market will be exempt from local taxation.
Jordan-South Korea, Economics, 11/20/2002
Conditions worsen in Maan; citizens demand compensations for losses
Jordan, Politics, 11/19/2002
While the Jordanian army continue operations, warning for implications of Maan
Jordanian officials stressed yesterday that the campaign carried out by the army to arrest wanted citizens in Maan is continuous, though it is taking a shape that differs from that during the seven past days. They stressed that the security forces have now full control on the conditions in the city and that arresting other wanted persons is a matter of time.
Jordan, Politics, 11/18/2002
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