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Iraqi Airways departure from Baghdad airport to Amman in 29-Nov-2006
17 Sep 2007
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Basel khoury live jamming session at souq jara amman jordan .. along with mazaj band ..
11 Nov 2007
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Basel khoury live at souq jara Amman Jordan " never mind the mistakes guys it was really scary ;p 400 people where there to see us :s lol
11 Nov 2007
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One of the grand festivals of Madurai. Held at the huge tank (theppakulam) built by King Tirumalai Nayak with an island at the center, which is fed by underground channels from the Viagai river. The idols from the Madurai Meenakshi Sundeswara temple are brought to the tank and taken around in a beautifully decorated float. In the evening the scene becomes very colorful and fascinating with the island, tank and float lit up and with a display of fireworks. This feast which is also well attended is celebrated in the Tamil month of Thai (Jan.-Feb)on poosam star day. This tank is familiarly known as madurai theppakulam, theppa thiruvila, mariamman theppakulam & vandiyur theppakulam. Tirumalai Nayak found the mukkurini vinayagar statue here and established this statue in meenakshi amman temple
18 Jun 2008
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Visit *******www.yummydvd**** or *******stores.ebay****/Yummy-DVD-Home-Entertainment to purchase. David Rocco spends ten days traveling exotic Jordan in the Middle East. He starts his trip in the capital of Amman. David then heads to the Dead Sea for a behind the scenes look at an archaeological dig believed to be the Baptism site of Jesus Christ. He wanders the roman ruins in Jerash, the lost city of Petra, and ancient crusader castles. David ends his journey in the Wadi Rum desert, snacking on sheep's eye with the Bedouin tribes. He winds down with a camel ride retracing the steps of Lawrence of Arabia who led the famous Arab Revolt against the Ottoman Turks in 1917. Don't Forget Your Passport is your ticket to an adventurous worldwide tour, hosted by a group of energetic and curious world travelers from around the globe. Awesome cinematography provides the backdrop for those spur-of-the-moment, intriguing, crazy yet absolutely real situations that only the most intrepid travellers find themselves in. Living with the cave-dwelling Berber tribes of North Tunisia, hiking through the polar cap villages of Greenland, or being caught in the middle of a street brawl in Guatemala: Don't Forget Your Passportis fearless and fun!
12 Feb 2010
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Iraqi Airways Take Off from Baghdad airport to Amman airport in dusty weather in 8-June-2008
25 Jun 2008
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*******www.instablogs**** Jordanian protest against Gaza blockade Hundreds of Jordanians walked through the streets of Amman in two different marches this week protesting against the siege of Gaza. The protests were organized by Islamic action front and permitted by the Jordanian authority. The two protest attempted to direct the international community attention to non humanitarian conditions in Gaza who’s shutting down of cargo crossing and consequently preventing food medicine and fuel to going in. fuel shipments held from being sent to Gaza’s main power plant has caused daily electrical blackouts for many of the Palestinians living there. This siege around Gaza has caused the death of more than a hundred people due to diseases untreated as well as death of animals due to unmet nutritional needs. Mexican crime reporter shot dead Armando Rodriguez said goodbye to his wife and two of their children and climbed into the car with his oldest girl, Ximena. As Rodriguez warmed up his car, an unknown gunman fired repeatedly into his body as Ximena watched . Increasingly, such murders are an ordinary part of life for Mexico's reporters. The country is now one of the world's most dangerous for journalists. Rodriguez had worked for El Diario Newspaper in Cd. Juarez, the heart of Mexico’s drug war. No one knows who murdered Rodriguez, but it is obvious those behind Rodriguez's death clearly intended to frighten journalists, newpapers and electronic news outlets into avoiding coverage of cartel crime and terrorism. The implications are enormous. If reporters like Armando Rodriguez can be silenced without punishment, Mexican civil society will be forced accept the cartels' version of reality. Angered by India’s over cautious approach Tibet has been an emotional issue for India, especially after Dalai Lama fled here in 1959. Walking the diplomatic tight rope Nehru cited his decision to give asylum as a sentimental move and not political. Since then political realities have changed. China has emerged is the new Asian giant that every nation wants to befriend and not annoy, so does India. Our relations with China have improved and even our bilateral trade is improving. Why should we spoil this developing relationship by raising an issue which everyone else has given up? Why should India choose to fight for Tibetan independence when Dalai Lama himself is ready to settle down with autonomy under the Chinese. Last month Britain dealt the Tibetans a deadly blow by announcing unconditional recognition of China's absolute authority over Tibet. Either ways an Independent or an autonomous Tibet is an outdated concept, no use beating the dead horse. Kenya eyes Telemedicine Telemedicine is not a common term in the Kenyan medical sector however not so new.And with the escalating cases of misdiagnosis in Kenyan hospitals, telemedicine has been cited as the only way to bring to an end such cases. This year, Kenya has had three major cases of amputation because of wrong treatment. There have been unreported cases of deaths especially among children, after doctors administered drugs without identifying the real cause of the children’s illnesses. The plan involves connecting all hospitals in Kenya with the Internet, partly to help doctors make informed diagnoses and even consult their colleagues via secured Internet traffic before they administer any drugs. With the new initiative, doctors manning rural dispensaries will be able to order medical supplies directly from the Kenya Medical Supplies Agency (Kemsa) at the touch of a button. This will largely benefit rural areas which have had a history of poor medical coverage. *******www.instablogs****
24 Nov 2008
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The Seventh Annual Meeting of the United Nations Model Conference in Amman 19-24 January 2008
21 Jan 2009
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By Fruity Loops (Flstudio) , Bashar Bassam Abbass , from Jordan (Amman) , Trance Music , (see other tracks)
6 Aug 2010
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Under the patronage of HRH Prince El Hassan bin Talal, with the attendance of HRH Princess Sumaya bint El Hassan and Mr. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh along with ministers, ambassadors, academics in addition to high ranking officials, the Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Knowledge Society (TAG-Knowledge) headquarters was officially inaugurated in Amman on May 5, 2009.
26 May 2009
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Under the patronage of HRH Prince El Hassan bin Talal, with the attendance of HRH Princess Sumaya bint El Hassan and Mr. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh along with ministers, ambassadors, academics in addition to high ranking officials, the Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Knowledge Society (TAG-Knowledge) headquarters was officially inaugurated in Amman on May 5, 2009.
1 Dec 2009
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Under the patronage of HRH Prince El Hassan bin Talal, with the attendance of HRH Princess Sumaya bint El Hassan and Mr. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh along with ministers, ambassadors, academics in addition to high ranking officials, the Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Knowledge Society (TAG-Knowledge) headquarters was officially inaugurated in Amman on May 5, 2009.
26 May 2009
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