Jordan

August 3, 2004

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Nawal Al Zoughbi discovered that the low sales of her latest album was due to piracy. Internet hackers managed to copy her latest album and distribute the fake copies

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Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram has refused to accept a letter from three Israeli peace missions, who attended a private press conference she held before her concert at the Jordanian annual summer festiva

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The Jordan Phosphate Mines Company (JPMC) on Monday signed a JD14 million agreement with a foreign consortium for the rehabilitation of the Shidiyeh phosphate mines in southern Jordan.

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The official price of Oman Crude Oil for July has reached US$ 35.48 per barrel, the highest in more than two decades.   An official source from Oman's Ministry of Oil and Gas, speaking to ONA, attrib

August 1, 2004

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At least 12 Iraqis were killed and some 40 wounded in Fallujah Sunday in a fresh US bombardment of the city and in earlier clashes between US troops a

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LeapOne, an IBM business partner in Jordan, has announced the launch of the first IBM Authorized Learning Centre which aims to provide training and education on IBM’s WebSphere and Lotus software offe

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Wataniya Telecom, Kuwait's leading mobile operator has broken new boundaries in the region’s telecom sector Sunday with the launch of eight new GPRS and MMS roaming agreements with Singapore’s Starhub

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Israel is trying to block a US-Jordanian arms deal, a diplomatic source said on Saturday. The deal is for AMRAAM air-to-air missiles to be installed in Jordanian airplanes. The source said this marks

July 31, 2004

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Iraqi Prime Minister Iyad Allawi arrived in Kuwait on Saturday at the start of a three-day official visit, the official <i>KUNA</i> news agency report

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Israeli occupation troops opened Saturday fire at a peaceful women rally in the northern Gaza Strip town of Khan Younis, witnesses said.

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Ruwaida Attieh revealed that she is grateful that she has such a strong and captivating voice that she doesn’t need to do seductive video clips to promote her songs

July 29, 2004

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A serious dispute erupted among the organizers of the Jordanian annual summer festival Jarash after Lebanese singer Alissa's concert proved to be a big failure

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Jordan and the US signed on Wednesday a $20 million soft loan agreement to purchase 130,000 metric tons of US wheat. The agreement was signed by Jordan's Minister of Finance, Mohammad Abu Hammour and

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The National Commercial Bank (NCB) has launched its “Al Ahli 3-year Murabaha Fund A”, a closed-ended medium term fund, which is approved by the Shariah Supervisory Council.  According to Arab News, th

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Morocco and the British tour operator "First Choice" signed Wednesday a partnership agreement to promote the Atlantic Agadir destination in the British market.