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U.N. urges Yemen humanitarian ceasefire

Wednesday, 3 June 2015

In a unanimous statement, the 15-member council backed a call by Secretary General Ban Ki-moon

Video: WEF panel in Jordan addresses violent extremism

Saturday, 23 May 2015

Ayad Allawi, vice president of Iraq, joins discussion on the threat posed by ISIS and other militant groups

Emaar’s Alabbar says it is ‘right time’ to invest in Jordan

Saturday, 23 May 2015

VIDEO: Boss of Dubai property giant tells regional World Economic Forum he is optimistic regional ‘chaos’ will ease

Top U.N. official says Europe must open borders to Syrians

Saturday, 23 May 2015

Head of the United Nations refugee agency António Guterres appeals for the international community to boost development aid

Refugee crisis calls for aid rethink, Al Arabiya WEF panel hears

Saturday, 23 May 2015

Development corporations need to do more to help countries like Jordan and Lebanon, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees says

Better infrastructure ‘would combat terrorism’, Jordan WEF hears

Saturday, 23 May 2015

Building water pipelines and electricity networks spanning the region would reduce extremism, says former foreign minister of Jordan

World Economic Forum official says Mideast pays price for gender gap

Saturday, 23 May 2015

Omar Alghanim, co-chair of Jordan forum, said bringing more women into workforce would spur economic growth

At Mideast World Economic Forum, hoping for future amid chaos

Saturday, 23 May 2015

Jordan itself, despite a flood of refugees from Syria, has maintained a modest level of economic growth

Mideast business leaders commit to training 100k young people

Friday, 22 May 2015

With the world’s highest youth unemployment rate the Middle East and North Africa region has fallen under the spotlight amid claims that it is not equipping young people with skills for the 21st century. More than half the population of the MENA region is under 25-years-old, business leaders say they are unable to find suitable candidates to fill the positions. Now business leaders in the MENA region have committed to making to making 100,000 young people job by 2017. “Massive ...

Jordan sees 3.8 pct GDP growth despite regional conflict

Friday, 22 May 2015

Inflation was expected to decline to around 1.8 percent this year

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