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Amman to host Economic Davos summit
Deliberations of the world Economic Forum Davos starts today in the Jordanian Red Sea area with the participation of 1900 officials representing the private and public sectors under strong security measures.
Regional-Jordan, Local, 6/21/2003
Jordan, Israel to found a joint channel between the Red Sea, Dead Sea, financed by the EU
Jordan-Israel, Politics, 6/21/2003
Confrontations between two tribes near Amman
Confrontations took place between two Jordanian tribes near the capital Amman during which fire was exchanged over electoral differences, according to the Jordanian authorities yesterday. This was at a time when the US Secretary Of State Colin Powell arrived in Amman and moved to the Red Sea.
Jordan, Politics, 6/20/2003
Independents win majority of seats in Jordanian elections
Preliminary results of the legislative elections announced by the Jordanian ministry of the interior yesterday evening showed that independents close to the authority have won the majority of seats at the new Jordanian parliament.
Jordan, Politics, 6/18/2003
Assabah: Jordanian FM calls more Arab states to join Agadir declaration
Jordan-Regional, Politics, 6/18/2003
Jordan: elections today, Islamists fear to be harassed
Eligible Jordanian voters will head today for the ballot boxes to choose their representatives in the 14th parliament following an absence of the Parliamentary life in Jordan for 6 years.
Jordan, Politics, 6/17/2003
Egypt, Jordan review final touches in Arab national gas pipeline
Minister of Petroleum, Sameh Fahmi discussed with visiting Jordanian Minister of Energy and Mineral Wealth, Mohamed Al-Battayna and his accompanying delegation the final touches in the Arab natural gas pipeline from Al-Arish to Aqaba in preparation for its inauguration.
Jordan-Egypt, Economics, 6/17/2003
Jordan prepares for elections, Islamists threaten boycott
Jordanians are preparing to take part in the parliamentary elections which will be held next Tuesday. In contrary to previous elections which were boycotted by main opposition forces, especially the Islamic Labor Front, these forces are taking part in the elections, despite the continued enforcement of the "one vote system," which limits a person's vote to one's area, which had prompted these forces to boycott the previous election.
Jordan, Politics, 6/16/2003
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