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“Facts and the pursuit of truth are important things in the work I do, so it was important that this mistake be corrected,” says Gold, former Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations.
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Jordanian media says Amman’s intelligence service has four suspects in custody on suspicion of planning to ambush Israeli soldiers and target Jews in the country.
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Israel’s new government aims to mend relations with Jordan’s leadership through gestures such as economic and water deals, but the Palestinian issue and Iran on the horizon remain major obstacles.
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Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and King Abdullah reportedly met in secret last week in Amman, prior to the Jordanian monarch’s scheduled visit the White House on July 19.
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The increase in Jordanian exports to the West Bank will go from $160 million a year to $700 million.
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The international competition, held June 3-5, qualifies players for the Paralympic Games in Tokyo beginning in August.
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For the past several years, Jordan has come under increasing strain due to wars in bordering Iraq and Syria, which has led to many refugees resettling in Jordan. Combine a population holding divergent loyalties with a poor economic situation, and the result has been unrest.
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Amman’s announcement that it would deny the Israeli premier’s flight access to Jordanian airspace followed reports that his wife was hospitalized, and was likely to cancel the trip anyway.
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Following the targeted killing of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh in an operation widely attributed to Israel, Amman and Abu Dhabi, both of which have peace treaties with Jerusalem, call for “restraint” to avoid an “escalation of tensions.”
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