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September, 2019
Volume 45, Number 3
  
4 June 2018
J.D. Conor Mauro




Protesters wave flags near Jordanian security forces during a demonstration outside the prime minister's office in the capital Amman late on 3 June 2018. (photo: Khalil Mazraawi/AFP/Getty Images)

Jordan PM Hani Mulki quits after austerity protests (BBC) Jordan’s Prime Minister Hani Mulki has resigned after days of protests against tax rises and austerity measures. The recent demonstrations in the country, which is a key Western ally, are the biggest in years. Protesters have chanted anti-government slogans and clashed with police, who have fired tear gas and blocked roads…

Greek Catholic Annunciation Society targets youth dropout rate in Jerusalem through remedial education (Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem) For the past six years the Greek Catholic Annunciation Society in Jerusalem, has been working through its remedial education project to reduce the rate of youth dropout, as well as to offer the mothers of these young people awareness sessions and social activities. The project, which is funded by CNEWA and now by the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem, aims to reduce the dropout rate among 200-300 students by providing them with support lessons and extra-curricular activities such as educational trips to museums and historical sites with certified tour guide…

Iraq’s water crisis traced upstream to Turkish, Iranian dams (AINA) The water crisis has spread in southern and central provinces of Iraq and the Kurdistan Region as dams built by Turkey and Iran, irrespective of international laws, slow the flow of rivers into Iraq to a trickle. There are growing fears up to seven million people will be displaced due to the dramatic fall in water resources…

Bethlehem: A Franciscan priest attacked for defending pilgrims (Fides) Franciscan priest, Father Fadi Shalufa was attacked on 1 June by one of the two young men who had previously harassed a group of pilgrims in visit to the birthplace of Jesus. The two attackers were arrested by the Palestinian police…

Thousands of Palestinians mourn ‘reprehensible’ killing of Gaza medic (TeleSUR) Thousands of Palestinians attended the funeral procession of Razan Najjar, the Palestinian medic who was killed while trying to save an injured protester at the Gaza-Israel border during a demonstration Friday. Various U.N. officials issued statements Saturday condemning Najjar’s killing. “The killing of a clearly identified medical staffer by security forces during a demonstration is particularly reprehensible,” said Jamie McGoldrick, the local U.N. humanitarian coordinator…

Patriarch Kirill confirms metropolitan of Estonian Orthodox Church (Err.ee) Patriarch Kirill on Sunday confirmed the election of Archbishop Yevgeny (Eugeni) of Vereya as the new metropolitan bishop of Tallinn and All Estonia and the head of the Estonian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate…



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