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Jordan Times, AmmanThe jamming of satellite channel broadcasts across the Arab world increased significantly since the start of the Arab Spring in early 2011, according to the Arab Satellite Communications Organisation (Arabsat). "Jamming satellite channels is a serious...
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Jordan Times, AmmanThe Cabinet on Sunday decided not to renew the expired contracts of four private companies that have been implementing agricultural projects in the southern region for decades. The four investment companies are Rum, Wafa, Al Intajeyyah and Al Arabiya....
Hackers who support Syrian President Bashar Assad claimed responsibility Tuesday for hijacking an Associated Press Twitter account and falsely tweeting that explosions were rattling the White House. "Ops! @AP get owned by Syrian Electronic Army! #SEA...
The king of Saudi Arabia has named dozens of women to serve on his advisory council, a new step in the ultra-religious country where women remain strictly confined in daily life. Thirty women were among 150 people chosen Friday to serve on the council,...
BEIRUT — Twenty people were killed Wednesday in fighting in a small Syrian village, according to opposition activists, as the commander of Syria's military police announced he was joining the rebellion in one of the army's highest-level defections....
World NowSyria denied Saturday that Vice President Farouk Shara had defected, as opposition reports continued to provide conflicting accounts of whether he had fled to neighboring Jordan or was still in the country....
World NowGunshots ring out. The video camera suddenly drops toward the pavement. The last footage taken by Mika Yamamoto, the Japanese journalist who died Monday in Syria, ends abruptly with those sudden shots, a grim suggestion of her own life cut short....
World NowSaudi Arabia's Transport Ministry has come up with a novel way to cut traffic in the kingdom's congested cities: Taxis will now be banned from cruising the streets and picking up passengers without an advance booking....
World NowSyrian President Bashar Assad says he has no intention of leaving Syria, despite demands from Washington and elsewhere that he relinquish power....
BEIRUT - Syrian President Bashar Assad predicted a global catas- trophe should the West invade his country, and representatives of Syria's notoriously divided opposition struggled Thursday to form a united government-in-exile against Assad's beleaguered...
VarietyBIARRITZ, France -- Upside Distribution, owned by French media conglom Havas, has scored pre-sales on "The Ground Breakers," a six-part investigative documentary series profiling six entrepreneurs including Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg....
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BEIRUT (AP) -- Two booby-trapped vehicles exploded within hours of each other Friday in Syria's once-impregnable capital of Damascus, killing at least five police officers as rebels increasingly target President Bashar Assad's seat of power. With the...
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