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Jordan's King Abdullah

Comment: A test for King Abdullah

The terrorists were freed on condition that they did not engage in either terrorism or incitement of terrorism subsequent to their release.

B. Netanyahou, entouré de Jordanie, avec les proches des victimes

La haine chevillée au corps

Le soldat jordanien qui a tué sept fillettes israéliennes a été libéré

By MICHELE MAZEL
19/03/2017
An honor guard marches at the Royal Palace in Amman, Jordan

Jordan executes 15 people, 10 for terrorism convictions

It was the largest number of people executed in one day in Jordan's recent history, according to a senior judicial source.

By REUTERS
04/03/2017
Jordanian policemen stand guard during a rally to support security services after shooting at Karak

Jordan executes 15 people, 10 for terrorism convictions

It was the largest number of people executed in one day in Jordan's recent history, according to a senior judicial source.

By REUTERS
04/03/2017
An honor guard marches at the Royal Palace in Amman, Jordan

Jordan's King Abdullah reshuffles cabinet amid growing challenges

Jordan is among the closest allies of the United States in the Middle East region.

By REUTERS
15/01/2017
jordanian writer

Christian writer who 'insulted Islam' murdered in Jordan

Jordanian Christian writer Nahed Hattar was accused of contempt of religion for caricature seen as insulting Islam.

By REUTERS
25/09/2016
jordan army

Terrorists infiltrate Jordan from Syria, kill six troops in bombing

The car exploded a few hundred meters from Rakban camp in a desolate eastern area of the country.

By REUTERS
21/06/2016
 Iraq

Jordan thwarts ISIS suicide bombing plot inside country

Seven militants were killed in clashes that began on Tuesday night and lasted till dawn, with one police officer also killed.

By REUTERS
02/03/2016
A Royal Jordanian Air Force plane takes off from an air base to strike the Islamic State

Jordan masses ‘thousands’ of troops on Iraqi border to counter IS

Hackers calling themselves "CyberCaliphate" threatened US President Barack Obama and his family when they took control of Newsweek magazine's Twitter account on Tuesday.

10/02/2015
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