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Last updated Monday, January 30, 2006

Queen Rania talks to Becky Anderson: “Education is the very foundation of a solid knowledge economy”

You’ve been speaking at the Global Education Initiative here in Davos. I know that education means an awful lot to you. Just talk about that if...

In an interview with People Magazine, Queen Rania talks about her life

A Very Modern Queen   At 35, Rania of Jordan balances work, motherhood, a leading role in a traditional Arab kingdom – and still has...

In an interview with ITN, Queen Rania talks about the Amman bombings

Your Majesty, what were your initial thoughts, your reaction to the horror in Jordan?  Queen Rania: "You know sir, looking at events taking...

Queen Rania to ABC News: “Nothing can possibly justify the taking of innocent lives of ordinary people”

Good morning, everyone. We'll get to our election roundup with all four Congressional campaign chairs in a moment, but we begin with this week's...

In an interview with Diane Sawyer, Queen Rania talks about Amman bomb attacks

Your Majesty, we thank you again so much for being with us. We have seen the pictures of you in the hospital, the tears of the children, and of the...

In an interview with CNBC, Queen Rania: “Education is the best investment in our future and the best way to create opportunity”

DYLAN RATIGAN, anchor: If political stability were a commodity, the Kingdom of Jordan would be an economic powerhouse in the Middle East. ...

CNN Interview with Christian Amanpour

CHRISTIANE AMANPOUR, CNN ANCHOR: Thank you and welcome to this special edition of CNN CONNECTS. Here in New York at the time of the U.N. General...

On Rai Uno, Queen Rania: “It is really important for us to really show the true face of Islam”

You came here and you gave a message about Islam. Do you there are many misunderstandings about Islam?  Queen Rania: We came to Ambrosetti to...

Queen Rania talks to Cosas: “Women are the bedrock of families and a crucial element in achieving progress”

What do you see your role, as Queen, to be? What motivates you in your work?   Queen Rania: I just see this title as a job, and my job is...

In an interview with The Today Show, Queen Rania: “It is our job to give women the freedom of choice”

...And tell me, you haven't been back to the states for two years.Queen Rania: Just under two years, and during that time I had my baby. Your fourth...