April 28, 2013
Arab Bank on Thursday said a New York federal court has rejected some of the lawsuits filed against the financial institution that alleged it provided banking services to terrorist groups.
April 25, 2013
The vast majority of Syrian refugees in Jordans northern city of Mafraq , are working illegally, according to the region's labour department.
Jordanians seem to be seeking a safe haven as their gold purchases this month were the strongest in 10 years with demand still surging.
April 24, 2013
Negotiated by Jordan, Palestine, Israel and the US, the deal will allow UNESCO experts into the Old City of Jerusalem to investigate the status of conservation and heritage
Mai Selim got her groove back and is starring in two dramas after taking some time off for baby.
The government on Tuesday won the vote of confidence of the Parliament with a majority of 82 out of the 149 deputies present.
Following a major blackout in the Jordanian capital Amman, all internet services have been restored, according to the Jordan Telecom group.
Fuel prices in Jordan are to drop again, following the governments decision to set prices in line with market costs.
April 23, 2013
A major internet blackout severely disrupted businesses in Amman on Monday.
April 21, 2013
Eight Syrians at the overcrowded Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan have been arrested on suspicion of inciting violence, say Jordanian officials.
April 18, 2013
The World Bank is to offer a low interest, long-term $70 million loan to Jordan to help finance micro-projects and SMES.
Jordanians have purchased over 500 kilos of gold over the past two weeks following a sharp dip in the prices of the precious metal on the global market, according sector leaders.
Get on your dancin’ shoes, Hani Ramzi! Diana Karazon wants to groove with you. Too bad they don’t fit!
The Attarat Power Company (APCO) announced Wednesday that six internationally renowned engineering and construction companies have submitted proposals to construct Jordan’s first oil shale-fired power plant.
Around 200 U.S. Army planners will be dispatched to Jordan as the conflict in neighboring Syria worsens, U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel told a Senate hearing on Wednesday