US, Jordan launch new counterterrorism training centre
Second centre of its kind to be launched by US and Jordan, one of the strongest allies of the United States in the Middle East.
Forum in Jordan explores new teaching techniques
ARC development aims to boost Aqaba’s touristic appeal
Jordan lures foreign investors with citizenship offer
Water conservation is no game in Jordan - or maybe it is
Jordan PM reshuffles cabinet
US agrees to send $1 billion in annual aid to Jordan
IMF chief encourages Arab countries to rein in spending
Blue Whale game claims Arab teens’ lives
Cooperation on water could be key to Middle East peace
Jordan real estate market facing uphill struggle
Israel to reopen Jordan embassy
Jordan’s king urges world to support Palestinians
Jordan’s Security Court chief stresses effectiveness of anti-terrorist measures
Jordan to hike fuel, bread prices
Bitcoin appeal beats ban and warnings in Jordan
Arab FMs to convene to discuss Trump’s Jerusalem move
Arab League plans to persuade UN to recognise Palestine
King Abdullah, Pope Francis tackle Jerusalem issue
Christmas in Jordan dimmed by Jerusalem crisis
Palestinian billionaire detained in Saudi Arabia
Erdogan urges world to recognise Jerusalem as Palestinian capital
US opinion views Muslims and Arabs more favourably but political affiliation makes a difference
Jordan referred to UN for failing to arrest Sudanese president
Protests sweep Muslim world over Jerusalem
World condemns Trump Jerusalem announcement
Hamas leaders calls for new Palestinian uprising against Israel
Erdogan warns Trump Jerusalem move helps terrorists
Trump to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital
Syrian sentenced to death in Jordan for 2016 ‘terrorist’ attack
Is lack of economic freedom holding the Arab world back?
New Islamic alliance to combat terrorism
Abjjad, the Arab world’s first virtual reading space
Saudi launches economic mega-zone on Red Sea
Abadi, Sadr meet in Jordan
Greening the Camps brings food and hope to refugees
WWE signs first female, Arab wrestler in global push
Jordan says has spent $10 billion hosting Syrian refugees
Urgent action needed for water sustainability in MENA
Jordanian women activists applaud abrogation of rape law
Arab women artists in diaspora focus on identity and loss
There is a sense of melancholy in the work of Arab women artists in the diaspora.
Suleman’s ‘The Fabric of Life’ showcases social history of textile in the Middle East
Suleman has raised the status of textiles, which she says have been underrated.
Fighting gender-based violence through art
Fighting gender-based violence through art has been a tool long used by feminists and feminist movements.
World Science Forum makes Middle East debut
The WSF attracted 3,000 participants from 120 countries, keen to provide evidence-based debate on mankind’s greatest challenges.
Jordan seeking to woo tourists to its religious sites
“We are deploying lots of efforts to attract both Muslim and Christian visitors through planning various activities in areas that have significant religious aspects."
Arab craft glitters through generations in Columbia
Arab tradition of crafting fine jewellery taught to Spaniards which took it to isolated Mompox where generations of goldsmiths maintain ancient method.
Syrian refugees find opportunity at Jordan job fair
EU-funded job fair at Zaatari Camp in Jordan provides vital lifeline for displaced Syrians living in ‘very hard’ conditions.
More than 60% of Middle East and North African region’s population lives in areas with high or very high water stress.
The Sahara Forest Project, Jordan’s innovative water scheme
Once the Sahara Forest Project is fully implemented, there will be bigger acceptance for such innovative initiatives.
Kurds: one stateless people across four countries
Kurdish ambitions of unified nation are seen as threat to main host countries.
‘Meditation tourism’ a new trend in Jordan
A day trip to the Dead Sea or Petra, including a 2-hour class of meditation, costs $150.