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Jordan and Russia agree on success of ceasefire in southern Syria
The agreement reached in July and covering Deraa, Quneitra and western Suwaida, was brokered by the US and Russia and has generally held strong.
Jordan local elections provide testing ground for Muslim Brotherhood
While the results give the movement little additional power nationally, they do give a chance for the Brotherhood to boost its popularity depending on how effective they can be in running municipalities
Israel's Shin Bet investigating embassy guard shootings in Jordan
Domestic intelligence agency ordered to look into killing of two Jordanians after pressure from Amman
Jordanian protesters demand closure of Israeli embassy
Killing of two Jordanians by embassy guard sparks calls for scrapping of peace treaty
Jordan wants Israeli guard to face justice for fatal embassy shooting
Israeli ambassador will not be allowed to return to Amman unless guard who killed two Jordanians is put on trial
Inspired by their daughter, couple write colloquial Arabic books for children
Reem Makhoul and her husband wrote The Girl Who Lost Her Imagination, the first in a series of colloquial Arabic books, as the couple want to help children appreciate the language
Top ISIL leaders killed in southern Syria
Head of Khalid Bin Walid Army and three aides died in blast that destroyed building in Shajara village just before dawn on June 8.
Jordan downgrades relations with Qatar and bans Al Jazeera
Amman announces that it has decided to downgrade, though not sever, its diplomatic ties with Qatar after “examining the reasons behind the crisis”.
The UAE Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Dr Anwar Gargash said the crisis with Qatar is "not about regime change"as the emir of Kuwait visits the UAE for talks.
How ISIL tricked Syria’s rebels into self-betrayal and defeat
Extremists broke a tight rebel siege by using sleeper cells, fake communications and exploiting corruption and low morale.