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Jordan, Ukraine seek further cooperation
Jul17

Jordan, Ukraine seek further cooperation

Amman, July 17 (Petra)– Head of the Jordanian-Ukrainian Parliamentary Friendship Association, MP Mohammad Attaiqah stressed the advanced ties between the Kingdom and Ukraine, which contribute to serving the interests of the two friendly peoples. …read more Source: Jordan News Agency...

Two German Tourists Killed in Egypt Resort Stabbing
Jul15

Two German Tourists Killed in Egypt Resort Stabbing

Two German women were killed Friday in a knife attack on foreign tourists in the Egyptian Red Sea town of Hurghada, a state agency confirmed. The attack at a resort in Hurghada also injured four other foreigners, the State Information Service added without revealing their nationalities. Private newspaper al-Shorouk, citing a health official, said...

Airlines Join Forces and Rebrand Their Brussels-Based Association as AIRE
Jun19

Airlines Join Forces and Rebrand Their Brussels-Based Association as AIRE

LOT Polish Airlines, Turkish Airlines, Ukraine International Airlines and the 16 members of the International Air Carrier Association (IACA) have officially transformed the association into the Airlines International Representation in Europe “AIRE”, that will offer airlines a more effective representation, information and access to the European...

Explosive device thrown into U.S. embassy compound in Kiev: police
Jun08

Explosive device thrown into U.S. embassy compound in Kiev: police

Amman, June 8 (Petra)– A device exploded in the U. …read more Source: Jordan News Agency...

Anti-Terrorism and Conflict in Syria Top Agenda for Putin and Macaron
May29

Anti-Terrorism and Conflict in Syria Top Agenda for Putin and Macaron

The fight against terrorism and the conflicts in Syria and Ukraine will top the agenda when newly inaugurated French President Emmanuel Macron hosts Russian President Vladimir Putin in Versailles on Monday. …read more Source: Al...

G-7 in historic split as Trump goes his own way
May27

G-7 in historic split as Trump goes his own way

TAORMINA, Italy — G-7 leaders on Saturday wrapped up their annual summit with an unprecedented display of division over climate change as US President Donald Trump rebuffed pressure to toe the collective line in the club of powerful democracies. Trump tweeted that he would reveal his hand only next week as to whether he will keep the United...

First international conference on technology, innovation, management and entrepreneurship begins
May21

First international conference on technology, innovation, management and entrepreneurship begins

AMMAN — The first international conference on Technology Innovation, Management and Entrepreneurship kicked off on Sunday at Princess Sumaya University for Technology (PSUT). The conference, organised by PSUT’s King Talal School of Business and Technology (KTSBT) and the University of Jordan’s Business Faculty, aims to offer guidance...

FIFA violates own statutes by delaying decision on Israeli settlement clubs — HRW
May12

FIFA violates own statutes by delaying decision on Israeli settlement clubs — HRW

AMMAN — FIFA President Gianni Infantino on Thursday won yet another delay on deciding whether to allow the Israel Football Association (IFA) to continue holding games in illegal Israeli settlements in the West Bank, keeping FIFA in direct violation of its own statutes and commitment to respect human rights, global rights body Human Rights Watch...

Trump asks Russia to rein in Syria’s Assad, Iran
May11

Trump asks Russia to rein in Syria’s Assad, Iran

WASHINGTON — US President Donald Trump on Wednesday called on Russia to rein in Syrian President Bashar Assad and his key ally Iran, as Washington and Moscow sought to boost their fragile ties with high-profile White House talks. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, the highest-ranking Russian official to visit Washington since Trump came to...

France fights to keep Macron e-mail hack from distorting election
May06

France fights to keep Macron e-mail hack from distorting election

PARIS —France sought to keep a computer hack of frontrunner Emmanuel Macron’s campaign emails from influencing the outcome of the country’s presidential election with a warning on Saturday it could be a criminal offence to republish the data. Macron’s team said a “massive” hack had dumped e-mails, documents and...

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