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How are e-tailers in the Middle East using human stories to drive sales?
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How are conservationists in Jordan taking action to protect migratory birds?
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Tourists injured in stabbing attack in Jerash, Jordan
The directorate of general security in Jordan said a number of tourists, a tour guide and a security officer were stabbed in the attack in Jerash.
Jordan goes all Wacky Races as it hosts homemade cars contest
Jordanian racers riding self-designed cars that look like a falafel sandwich or a giant mosquito showed off their skills in the country's second soapbox race
How is Women As Partners In Progress promoting gender equality in the MENA region?
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Jordanian community rallies to support local theatre to promote the arts in Amman
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Can corals in Jordan save other reefs from global warming?
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How is Disney’s remake of Aladdin good news for the Middle East?
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Refugees in Jordan are buying groceries with eye scans
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How are mothers in Jordan countering stigma towards children with disabilities?
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Jordanian start-ups showcased in London
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Food served with a 60 million-year old history
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Jordan hit by new deadly floods
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