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Latest Abdullah Ensour Items
Jordan's prime minister says the country is hosting 900 U.S. military personnel to bolster its defense capabilities against potential threats from the Syrian civil war.
The Jordanian Parliament voted unanimously on Wednesday to petition the government to boot Israel's envoy from Amman and simultaneously pull Jordan's ambassador from Tel Aviv.
It's usually a few younger protesters who break out in the chant — startling and almost unheard of in this country where the monarchy has always been almost sacrosanct — "Down, down with the king."
Jordan, a key U.S. ally in the Middle East, was rocked Wednesday by a second day of protests that uncharacteristically targeted the king after the government raised fuel prices in a desperate act to reduce a massive budget deficit.