Jordan

Crown Prince Hussein opens military retirees club

Crown Prince Hussein of Jordan stood in for his father, King Abdullah II, on Thursday and opened a military retirees club in the Maan Governorate. The 26-year-old Crown Prince wore a mask as he reaffirmed his father’s desire to continue to follow up on the condition of military retirees and veterans “in appreciation of their efforts and sacrifices to safeguard Jordan,&#8221…
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Queen Rania pays visit to Ajloun Forest Reserve

Queen Rania of Jordan visited the Ajloun Forest Reserve in Ajloun on 21 July to learn more about tourist experiences in the area. The Queen was able to see the experiences “offered by Reef Spring Resorts and the Ajloun Forest Reserve through the sustainable tourism…
Jordan

Queen Rania and Princess Iman visit Umm Qais

As the world slowly reopens after the COVID-19 outbreak, the royals are getting back to undertaking more public duties. On Monday, Queen Rania and her daughter, Princess Iman visited Umm Qais in the Irbid Governorate to learn about their sustainable tourism efforts. The…
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Jordanian royals mark country's 74th Independence Day

Members of the Jordanian Royal Family marked Jordan’s 74th Independence Day on Monday as the country continues to battle COVID-19. Alterations had to be made to the celebrations due to restrictions because of the global pandemic meaning the festivities were subdued. King Abdullah addressed the nation from Raghadan Palace in Amman and an official welcome ceremony was held for his and Queen…
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Crown Prince Hussein delivers in-kind aid in Irbid

Jordan’s Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah II joined the Jordan Armed Forces-Arab Army on Monday to help distribute in-kind aid in Irbid – the second largest metropolitan population area in Jordan after the capital in Amman. The packages consisted of in-kind assistance and food supply packages. These packages are being distributed in a number of municipalities and local…
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UK court says Sheikh Mohammed threatened Princess Haya and kidnapped daughters

Britain’s High Court confirmed that Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al-Maktoum, Vice President of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, abducted two of his daughters and threatened Princess Haya. The Sheikh had been fighting to keep the judgment secret, but his appeals were denied as the case is of public interest. The Ruler of Dubai was found not to have “been open and honest with the…
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