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Jordan is Living Dangerously as Syria Burns

King Abdullah of Jordan had hoped next week's parliamentary elections would be the jewel in the crown of a reform process designed to inoculate the Kingdom from...

Briefing

'If I were in his shoes, I would step down.' 1. KING ABDULLAH of Jordan, who became the first Arab leader to openly call for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to...

As Protests Turn Violent, Jordan Ponders Reforms

A man buried Sunday morning south of Amman was the first casualty in Jordan's three-month-old antigovernment protests. Officials say Khairy Jamil Saad, 55, died...