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Russia outlaws Jehovah's Witnesses as 'extremist'
Russia's Supreme Court outlawed Jehovah's Witnesses on Thursday, putting the Christian denomination that rejects violence in the same category as Islamic State militants.
China deploys fighter jets in drills near North Korea
China continues to conduct training exercises near the Korean peninsula, according to state media.
Arkansas carries out its first execution since 2005
After the U.S. Supreme Court denied last-minute requests for a stay, Ledell Lee was put to death late Thursday night by lethal injection in Arkansas' first execution since 2005.
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French candidates halt campaigns; Le Pen calls for border controls
French presidential candidates on Friday announced the halt of their campaigns after the fatal shooting of a Paris police officer, for which the Islamic State took credit.
Jordan condemns Paris terror attack
Jordan, Friday, condemned a terrorist attack that killed a police officer on Paris's most iconic boulevard, the Champs-Elysees, ahead of the first presidential elections round.
Jordan, Saudi Arabia to hold joint military drills
The Jordan Armed Forces-Arab Army and the Saudi Armed Forces will hold joint military drills as of next week within a joint training program.
European agencies gave Trump-Russia intelligence to U.S
British and other European intelligence agencies intercepted communication between members of Donald Trump's campaign team and Russian officials and passed that information on to the United States, intelligence sources said.
Jordan's public debt reaches JD26.1 billion at end of February
The Kingdom's total public debt reached JD26.120 billion by the end of February, or 94.3 per cent of the gross domestic product (GDP) for 2017 compared to 95.1 percent of the GDP in 2016, Finance Ministry figures showed.
PM meets US Congressional delegation
Prime Minister Hani Al Mulki on Thursday, met with a delegation representing the United States House Committee on Appropriations, led by the committee's Chairman MP Harold Rogers.
Evacuations begin in four besieged Syrian towns
The Syrian regime and rebel groups have begun busing thousands of people out of four besieged towns as part of an evacuation agreement between warring sides.
Lower House condemns Egypt church bombings
The Lower House, Tuesday, condemned the terrorist attacks that targeted churches in the Egyptian towns of Tanta and Alexandria and claimed the lives of scores of innocent victims and injured others.
Jordan hosts meeting for counter-Daesh Global Coalition's working group on stabilization
Jordan Monday co-hosted in coordination with the UAE and Germany the seventh meeting for the working group on stabilization affiliated with the Global Coalition Against Daesh.
PM lays foundation stone for Tafileh Hospital
Prime Minister Hani Al Mulki on Monday, paid a field visit to the southern governorate of Tafileh where he iads the foundation stone for the new Tafileh Public Hospital, and checked on progress in the industrial estate project in the governorate.
King condoles Saudi Monarch over death of Prince Saad
His Majesty King Abdullah II, Tuesday, sent a cable to Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, condoling him over the passing away of Prince Saad bin Faisal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud.
North Korea 'ready for war' after US navy strike team redeploys
North Korea on Tuesday warned it will retaliate and defend itself "by powerful force of arms" after the US deployed a Navy strike group in the Korean Peninsula.
Jordan condemns Stockholm truck attack
Jordan on Friday condemned a terrorist truck attack, which took place earlier today in the Swedish capital Stockholm and claimed the lives of two persons and left several others wounded.
Stockholm attack: Arrested man was lorry driver, police say
A man arrested in Stockholm after Friday's fatal lorry attack is believed to be the driver, Swedish police say.
U.S. ready for more Syria strikes if necessary; U.N. chief has 'grave concerns'
Hours after U.S. President Donald Trump fired dozens of cruise missiles to strike at his regime, Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad on Friday re-attacked the same rebel-held town where hundreds of civilians were killed and injured by a chemical attack this week.
Jordan's stance on Syrian crisis still the same, says minister
Minister of Foreign and Expatriate Affairs Ayman Safadi on Friday said that Jordan's stance on the Syrian crisis is still the same and calls to find a peaceful solution that is accepted by all Syrian people.
U.S. strike against Syria necessary, appropriate response, says minister
Jordan, Friday, reiterated its rejection and condemnation of the use of weapons of mass destruction (WMDs), including a recent chemical attack against civilians in Khan Shikhon town in Syria's Idlib Province, Minister of State for Media Affairs and Communications Mohammed Momani said.
Egyptian leader Abdel Fatah al-Sisi leaves Cairo for landmark U.S. visit
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi departed Cairo on Saturday for his first visit to the White House since seizing power in 2013.