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Jordan: The Kingdom Untouched By Avian Flu

The Minister of Agriculture Akef Zu'bi of Jordan said that the kingdom was untouched by the avian flu disease. // ..He said that this was due to the joint effort of both the public and the government. He said that there is no fear of a bird flu outbreak in the country. .. The minister made the remarks during a banquet held by the Jordanian Veterinary Association. .. In that occasion to celebr...

International Conference On Thoracic Cancer To Be Held In Jordan

Jordan is to host a symposium on Thoracic cancer, reportedly the countries number one cancer killer. The conference is supposedly expected// to have specialist comprising of radiation oncologists, thoracic surgeons, radiologists and investigators. These experts are flying in from United states of America, Arab and several European countries. The symposium is held to discuss the latest findings i...

Jordan Opts to Go for Vaginoplasty Surgery

Jordan a.k.a., Katie Price wants to 'tighten up' her vagina after her third child is born. The British glamour model is due to give birth to her daughter this month and is firm to have vaginoplasty surgery to do up her vagina. ......'The thing is I'm a very small girl and my first son Harvey was a very big baby to push out and I know lots of women suffer from a prolapsed womb after they've had...

Jordan Sacks Her Nanny for Lying

Glamour model Jordan has sacked her kids' nanny for not turning up on time and lying to her . ......The 29-year-old realized that the babysitter lied to her about visiting her dad in Wales, while she was actually holidaying in the Algarve. ......The model had to take care of her son Harvey as the nanny did not turn up, and was delayed for Radio One show, for which she was criticized by Chris Mo...
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