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Jordan says never regards Iran as threat, welcomes bilateral ties
Jordanian Prime Minister Bisher al-Khasawneh said his country has never regarded Iran as a threat to its national security and that it welcomes bilateral relations with Tehran.
Jordan king places ‘erratic’ half-brother under house arrest
Jordan’s king has gone public with a royal rift with his half-brother and formalized the former crown prince’s house arrest, calling him “erratic” in an unprecedented harshly worded letter published Thursday.
Saudi FM: Talks with Iran made ‘enough progress’ to advance
Jordan says all Arab nations want ‘good relations’ with Iran
Jordan fully reopens main crossing with Syria
Jordan fully reopened its main border crossing with Syria on Wednesday in a boost for their struggling economies following a push by Arab states to reintegrate a country they have shunned during its decade-long war.
Jordan carrier resuming flights to Syria in new sign of thaw
Jordan’s national airline will resume direct flights to Damascus on Oct. 3, Jordan’s state-run news agency reported Tuesday, nearly a decade after flights were suspended because of the war in Syria.
Syrian military chief makes rare visit to Jordan to discuss border security
Syria’s defence minister visited Jordan on Sunday to discuss stability on their mutual border, the first such meeting since the Syrian conflict erupted a decade ago when Jordan supported foreign-backed militants, officials said.
Jordan sentences two ex-officials over royal ‘sedition’ plot
A Jordanian court on Monday sentenced a former royal confidant, Bassem Awadallah, and a minor royal to 15 years in jail on charges of attempting to destabilise the monarchy.
Iraq, Egypt, Jordan agree to boost security, economic ties
Egypt, Jordan and Iraq agreed to bolster security and economic cooperation at a tripartite summit on Sunday that saw an Egyptian head of state visit Iraq for the first time in three decades.
Amman International Book Fair set to return to Jordan in September
The Amman International Book Fair, which had its 2020 program canceled because of the pandemic, will run from September 22 to October 2 within the halls of the Amman International Motor Show in Jordan.
Phone intercepts shine more light on Jordanian prince’s alleged coup attempt
Aides to the former Jordanian heir Prince Hamzah sought pledges of allegiance on his behalf from tribal leaders and former military officers in the weeks before he was detained, conversations caught on phone intercepts and listening devices suggest.
Jordan royal feud stirs unease in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia fervently denies involvement in Jordan's royal feud, but the arrest of an adviser to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has stirred unease in Riyadh, which sources say is pushing for his release.
Jordan's king, Prince Hamza make first joint appearance since rift
Jordan’s King Abdullah and former crown prince and half-brother Prince Hamza made their first joint appearance since a rift shook the country, attending a ceremony on Sunday marking 100 years of independence.
Jordan's Prince Hamzah strikes defiant tone amid palace turmoil
Jordan's Prince Hamzah, accused of a "wicked" plot against his elder half-brother King Abdullah II, has struck a defiant tone, insisting he will not obey orders restricting his movement.

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