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Tuesday , 4/8/2015
Queen Rania checks on QRTA summer programs
Jordan condemns Israel storming of Al Aqsa, arrest of Mosque guards
Saudi ambassador lauds ties with Jordan
ASE opens on high note
Hot, dusty weather to continue over next two days
King meets chief of the Defence Forces of Kenya
327 foreign-funded projects being carried out in Jordan
Border guards receive 112 Syrian refugees
ASE opens on lower note
Hot,dusty weather forecast over next two days
Gov't asked to interfere to release Jordanian prisoners in Israel
Amman, May 12 (Petra) -- Families of Jordanian prisoners in Israel, who enter today their 26th day of hunger strike, have asked the government to interfere to release them.
The request was made as the families staged a sit-in in Amman to show solidarity with prisoners Dirar Abu Sesi, Abbas Al Sayed, Abdullah Al Barghouthi and Hamza Al Dabbas.
They underlined the dignity of Jordanian prisoners in the Israeli jails, adding that their determination will eventually win.
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12/5/2012 - 09:38:38 PM
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