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Topic - Jordanian Government
Syria's prime minister began planning his break from the regime two months ago when Bashar Assad offered him the post and an ultimatum: Take the job or die.
The Jordanian government on Sunday said it would host a meeting between Israeli and Palestinian negotiators this week, bringing the sides together for the first time in more than a year.
Jordan's King Abdullah said Tuesday that Syrian President Bashar Assad should step down, making him the first Arab ruler to issue such a call over the regime's deadly crackdown on an 8-month-old uprising.