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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.
Iran condemns terrorist attacks on Jordanian police
Iran’s Foreign Ministry condemned the terrorist attacks in Jordan that have killed a number of police officers in recent days.
Jordan recovers bodies of 3 militants after raid
The bodies of three suspected militants have been recovered from under rubble at their hideout following a shoot-out in which at least four Jordanian security personnel were killed.
Syrian troops nearing border crossing with Jordan
Government forces in south Syria are advancing along the frontier with Jordan and will soon reach a border crossing in terrorists’ hands since 2015, a pro-Damascus commander said on Friday, in a push to recapture one of the country's last terrorist strongholds.
Armed groups in Syria resume peace talks with Russians
Talks between armed groups and Russian negotiators to reach a cease-fire in southwestern Syria were resumed on Sunday.
Jordan to drop IMF-imposed tax bill after biggest protests in years
Jordan's new prime minister says he will drop a controversial IMF-backed income tax bill which has sparked the kingdom's biggest protests in years.
Jordan's next PM says to drop tax bill that angered protesters
Jordan’s designated new prime minister said on Thursday he would drop a proposed tax law, conceding to a key demand of protesters who have already brought down the government.
Jordan protesters press on, some unions strike after new PM appointed
Hundreds of people pressed ahead with protests in Jordan’s capital on Wednesday and some unions went on strike despite King Abullah replacing his prime minister to defuse public anger.
Jordan's king suggests review of entire tax system amid massive protests
Jordan's king says the new government must launch a dialogue over a planned income tax law, which has sparked the country's biggest protests in years.
Jordan's prime minister submits resignation after anti-govt protests
Hani al-Mulki has resigned from his post as Jordan's prime minister in a bid to defuse anger over government economic policies that have sparked the largest protests across the country in years.
Jordan's king freezes price hikes in wake of protests
Jordan's King Abdullah II has ordered the government to suspend an increase in fuel and electricity prices in the wake of angry protests.

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