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Minister Al Majali spoke about the repercussions of the regional turmoil on Jordan, mainly the Syrian crisis.
Watania, in a press release issued today, expressed it "serious concern about the repercussions of the situation in the country, particularly in Nineveh, Diyala, Salahuddin, Anbar and the Kurdistan region, and the ability of terrorist organizations, particularly the Islamic State to extend its influence widely, and exposed our people to the killing, displacement and harassment, and selling girls in slave markets.
BEIRUT: A March 14 delegation is set to discuss the repercussions of the Arab Spring with Chinese officials and the role the East Asian country can play in the region, the Central News Agency reported.
What: Adaptation of Thomas Hardy's novel of a man who sells his wife in a drunken rage and spends the rest of his life facing the repercussions.
Repercussions of the Pacific cooling will reach clear around the world to West Africa, the birthing ground for Atlantic hurricanes.
We believe the motives for this unauthorized listing are not for any reason other than to circumvent Rule 3370 and use an arbitrage loophole to engage in naked short selling which could have significant and negative repercussions on the market of our stock.
The speaker also reviewed the political, economic and social repercussions of the crisis in Syria on Jordan as well as the burden being shouldered by the Kingdom as a result of this crisis.
BAGHDAD / NINA / House Speaker, Osama al-Nujaifi discussed in his office in Baghdad, with the Turkish ambassador in Iraq Farouk Qimagja, the Syrian crisis and its repercussions on the region and Iraq.
Summary: Progressive Socialist Party leader Walid Jumblatt warned Monday that instability in Egypt would have repercussions for the whole region.
A handful of black-and-white photographs illustrate this revealing glimpse into a man in the center of Mormon community, whose life and example 150 years ago leaves repercussions upon Mormon life today.
The story is about a young girl who wishes the world was upside down, until she starts to consider the repercussions of such a wish and talks herself right out of it.
History Makers does not put forth such naive beliefs as to claim that prayer alone allows for earthshaking events such as the capture of Saddam Hussein, but it does stress the positive repercussions prayer can bring on all walks of human life, culminating in what can only be described as a translation "from censer to scepter".