January 20, 2013
The Jordanian actress takes a short break from filming to do a bit of much-needed self promotion.
Iraq has reopened its border with Jordan, allowing goods trucks to move across the border, after it was closed on January 9.
Despite ordinary Jordanian digging deep for the basic necessities, the country's politicians are still going strong with palace-like tents and thousands of plates of mansaf on offer for anyone who will vote for them.
Fifty Arab artists have joined together to produce TV operetta 'Innocence, O Messenger of God'.
January 17, 2013
Jordan and Iraq have discussed the possibility of setting up an economic free zone between the two countries.
The head of General Federation of Jordanian Trade Unions, Mazen Maaytah, has pressed the demand for better workers rights in the country and an end of unfair dismissal practices.
January 16, 2013
Jordan's tourism sector generated $3.5 billion (around JD2.5 billion) in 2012, a 15.3 per cent increase from $3 billion in 2011, according to a statement issued by the Central Bank of Jordan (CBJ) on Tuesday.
A potential strike by gas delivery workers in Jordan has been averted after a deal was struck to increase the amount of royalties deals collect.
January 15, 2013
Jordan's Consumer Price Index (CPI), one of the main measures of overal inflation, increased by 4.8 per cent in 2012, new statistics reveal.
Jordan is to set out on a review of all privatisation deals in the Kingdom since 1989, and will assess the social and economic ramification of each denationalising deal.
January 14, 2013
King Abdullah blames the lack of peace talks for increasing regional tensions.
Rape has been a 'significant' weapon of Syria's civil war, and is the 'primary' factor in the exodus of women and children refugees to neighbouring Jordan and Lebanon, an aid group has said.
Three hundred oil tankers are stuck at the border between Jordan and Iraq awaiting Baghdad's permission to enter the Kingdom. The border has been closed after a recent spate of protests aimed at Iraq's Prime Minister.
King Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz, of Saudi Arabia, has ordered 500 tons of wheat to be sent to Syrian refugees in Zaatari camp in Jordan, Al Arabiya TV reported Sunday.
January 13, 2013
Saudi Arabia and the UAE have pledged some $15 million in emergency assistance to help Syrian refugees in Jordan face one of the country’s harshest winters in recent history.