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By Editorial - Mar 22,2018
Students, parents, teachers and school administrators are now complaining about the rapid rise of school violence and are naturally seeking a rapid solution. There is no rapid answer nor a ready-made panacea to the problem.
By Editorial - Mar 21,2018
The poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia two weeks ago, ostensibly by administering on them a life-threatening nerve agent, continues to take its toll on British-Russian relations.British Prime Minister Theresa May reacted strongly, and rightly so
By Editorial - Mar 20,2018
The World Happiness Report 2018 ranked Jordan as the 90th happiest country in the world.
By Editorial - Mar 19,2018
It must have taken some countries with surprise, notably the US, when Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Angelino Alfano pledged on behalf of his government to double his country's contribution to UNRWA, given the fact that US President Donald Trump
By Editorial - Mar 18,2018
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman has warned in no uncertain terms that his country would without a doubt develop and acquire nuclear arsenal should Iran acquire one.The Saudi prince sounded this warning Thursday during a television interview with CBS television ah
By Editorial - Mar 17,2018
It is simply a calamity for the UN system of epic proportions that despite the UN Security Council (UNSC) resolution calling for a 30-day ceasefire in the whole of Syria, the onslaught on Eastern Ghouta by Syrian and Russian forces continued unabated till this very
By Editorial - Mar 15,2018
The attack on the motorcade of Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah and his entourage as it crossed Beit Hanoun border post to Gaza Strip on Tuesday is despicable and an affront to the Palestinian national interests and the ongoing efforts to unify Palestinian ranks, especia
By Editorial - Mar 14,2018
The Palestinian Authority (PA) was right and wrong in turning down a US invitation to take part in the meeting for "stakeholders" on Gaza and its dire living conditions.The Palestinian side insisted that the crisis in Gaza is first and foremost political and not humanitarian
By Editorial - Mar 13,2018
The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) in Jordan has identified school enrollment and school dropouts as a main concern for children in Jordan, and has launched a pilot project for this purpose in the form of "Hajati Baseline Report".The project aims to combat this grow
By Editorial - Mar 11,2018
Israel has now extended its oppression of the Palestinians to their dead, when the Israeli Knesset adopted a draconian legislation that won 48 votes against ten.The bill enables Israeli authorities to refuse the release of bodies of Palestinian fighters killed in battle infinitel



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