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By Editorial - Oct 04,2019
At last, there is light at the end of the tunnel for the teachers’ strike, which ended on Thursday.
By Editorial - Oct 02,2019
China has just marked its 70th anniversary with much fanfare and display of military might.
By Editorial - Oct 01,2019
The crisis of the Jordan Teachers Association (JTA) is becoming outrageous after the association rejected outright a court decision to suspend its strike.An order of the court to just suspend the strike is not asking for too much.
By Editorial - Sep 30,2019
We all know that the country has done wonders with tourism, and the national income from it has increased practically every season. However, this increase, if not all, is limited to summer time.
By Editorial - Sep 29,2019
Israeli President Reuven Rivlin finally and with greatest reluctance chose incumbent Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday to form the next government after failing to convince Benny Gantz, leader of the centrist Blue and White Party, and Netanyahu, leader of the rightis
By Editorial - Sep 28,2019
Talk of President Donald Trump’s impeachment has picked up steam lately in the wake of the disclosure that he telephoned the president of Ukraine asking for a personal favour in the context of an aid package being negotiated with the country. What’s worse, the requested favo
By Editorial - Sep 26,2019
During His Majesty King Abdullah’s interview with NBC News Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent Andrea Mitchell for US cable TV news network MSNBC in New York on the eve of the King’s address at the UN General Assembly’s 74th session on Tuesday, the King dealt with many issues and
By Editorial - Sep 25,2019
His Majesty King Abdullah delivered Jordan’s address at the 74th session of the UN General Assembly (GA) on day one of the session, when the seats are full and the audience is most attentive. The King’s first words were about the role and importance of the annual GA meetings
By Editorial - Sep 24,2019
His Majesty King Abdullah has held a tripartite summit in New York with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Sisi and Iraqi President Burham Saleh with a view towards consolidating relations between the three Arab countries at a time when the region is witnessing an unusually high lev
By Editorial - Sep 23,2019
Prime Minister Omar Razzaz has had to contend with two unavoidable and intractable crises not of his making: One at the start of his tenure, and now another one a year later. The first was, of course, the death of scores of schoolchildren in a flash flood while on an outing

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