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Yemen’s Houthis, ex-govt. hold fresh talks in Jordan
Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah movement and the Saudi-backed former government have commenced fresh talks in Jordan, two days after Houthi forces unilaterally began withdrawing from three key ports in the western province of Hudaydah in line with a UN-brokered agreement the warring sides reached last year.
Jordan to recall envoy to Romania over embassy move to al-Quds: Reports
Jordan will recall its ambassador to Romania in a show of protest after it announced plans to relocate its Israeli embassy from Tel Aviv to the occupied Jerusalem al-Quds, reports say.
Jordan attaches importance to supporting Holy Quds
King of Jordan Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein called for helping Holy Quds and establishing independent Palestine, saying nothing is more important than supporting Quds.
Jordan resumes flights through Syrian airspace
The Civil Aviation Regulatory Commission (CARC) granted Jordanian airlines permission to fly in Syrian airspace, seven years after banning the use of the airspace in 2012.
Jordan won’t control al-Tanf base after US withdraws from Syria: FM
Jordanian Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi says his country’s military forces will neither take over nor control a US-run military base in southern Syria after American troops withdraw from the war-battered Arab country.
Jordan says Israel's new airport violates kingdom's airspace, territorial integrity
Jordan has lashed out at Israel for opening a new international airport close to the Red Sea and a few kilometers from the Jordanian border, denouncing the measure as a threat to the kingdom's airspace and territorial integrity.
Vietnam beats Jordan in shootouts to reach Asian Cup last eight
Vietnam sealed a place in the AFC Asian Cup UAE 2019 quarterfinals after defeating Jordan 4-2 on penalties after their Round of 16 tie ended 1-1 at the Al Maktoum Stadium in Dubai on Sunday.
Jordan monarch visits Iraq for first time since 2008
Jordanian King Abdullah II has made his first trip to Baghdad in more than a decade, meeting Iraqi President Barham Saleh.
Holder Australia falls to shock Jordan loss in Asian Cup
Australia made the worst possible start to the defense of its AFC Asian Cup crown on Sunday as Graham Arnold’s Socceroos were handed a 1-0 defeat by unfancied Jordan.
Israeli flag trampling spreads in Jordan; Sisi faces fallout
Jordan’s Professional Unions Association has decided to place the Israeli flag in the entrances to all its buildings, following Tel Aviv’s protest at photos of a Jordanian minister stepping on the regime’s flag.
Syria, Jordan reopen Nassib border crossing
The border crossing between Syria and Jordan opened to people and goods on Monday after being closed for three years, reopening a route that used to carry billions of dollars of trade for countries across the region.
Syria, Jordan agree to reopen vital border crossing
Syria and Jordan say they have reached an agreement to reopen a key border crossing between the two Middle Eastern countries, three years after the vital commercial lifeline fell to foreign-backed militant groups from the Syrian side and the traffic was suspended.
Jordan-Syria border to reopen on Monday
The border crossing between Jordan and Syria reopens on Monday after being closed for three years, the two countries said on Sunday after weeks of talks.
Syria reopens Nasib border crossing with Jordan after three-year closure by militants
Syria has reopened a vital border crossing with Jordan, three years after the major transit route was shut down by foreign-sponsored Takfiri militants.
Renewable energy on rise in resource-poor Jordan
Set atop a mosque in the south of Jordan's capital, dozens of shimmering solar panels reflect a growing trend in the resource-poor desert kingdom as it tries combat its heavy reliance on imported energy.

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