Worshippers will be allowed to leave their homes on foot for one hour on Friday to attend the prayers, the government said.
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“The court’s prosecutor began his investigation Wednesday into individuals implicated in the sedition,” it said.
King’s televised speech follows briefing on Sunday delivered by deputy prime minister
The ban is ongoing until “another decision is made” and it includes audio and visual media, including social media sites, Public Prosecutor Hasan al-Abdullat said in a statement carried by the news agency.
New recording suggest that Jordanian authorities tried to silence Hamzah for meeting with senior domestic critics
Jordan’s foreign minister lays out case building against former Crown Prince, his wife and associates, accusing them of plotting a coup
Former Queen Noor defends her son’s innocence, accuses palace of “wicked slander,” but U.S. and Arab states stand with King Abdullah II
Jordan’s former Crown Prince, 20 other officials, detained for plotting coup against King Abdullah II
Nearly two dozen Jordanian officials detained for plotting coup against King Abdullah II. Washington Post reports former Crown Prince has also been arrested, but official Jordanian news agency denies
While some business owners see boom, others hurt as authorities crack down on demonstrators and ponder response to record deaths and infections
The depletion of oxygen supplies that resulted in the deaths lasted for two hours
The Crown Prince of Jordan Hussein bin Abdullah was meant to visit Temple Mount on Wednesday. The visit never took place.