November 12, 2012
The Zurich Film Festival includes movies from Egypt, Morocco, Iraq, Lebanon and the UAE.
Jordan is looking set to cancel its planned foray into nuclear power. The Kingdom, which imports 96 per cent of its energy, has been looking at ways to become self-sufficient, but the cost of the nuclear option in prohibitive for the relatively poor nation.
November 11, 2012
The Syrian actress says she can't make it to Jordan because of the chaos in her country, despite being nominated for an award.
Found guilty of money laundering, abuse of power and embezzlement, Mohammed Dahabi faces 13 years hard labor.
General Mohammad al Dahabi, the former head of the powerful Jordanian intelligence, was sentenced Sunday to 13 years in prison for corruption.
The fashion-forward and daring pitch up in an empty car showroom to watch the glamor of the Middle Eastern catwalk.
Jordan's Prime Minister has tried to calm fears over fuel price increase saying that 70 per cent of Jordanian citizens will not be affected, as the country grapples with and imminent IMF loan that will require the reduction in subsidies.
November 7, 2012
Egypt has agreed to boost Jordan’s gas supplies, Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources Alaa Batayneh announced on Tuesday, ending a months-long dispute over the country’s former primary energy source.
RJ has suspended flight operations from Amman to Muscat for commercial reasons. He pointed out that Royal Jordanian and Oman Air are working on concluding a code share agreement to enable the RJ customers to travel between the two cities under the RJ code.
Financial reform is real and having an effect on the budget deficit already, says government minister.
November 6, 2012
The Lebanese sexy star was spotted in the audience but later went on to steal the limelight, riding alongside the rally champion in her high heels.
November 5, 2012
The jury might still be out on former General Intelligence Department (GID) chief Mohammad Dahabi but a verdict has been promised for next week.
The government will not surprise the public with any decision to lift fuel subsidies which are burdening the state budget and raising indebtedness to unprecedented levels, Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour said.
November 4, 2012
HM King Abdullah II of Jordan Sunday, 4 November, held an open forum with the Kingdom's ICT figures to discuss ways to take the country's once-thriving hub back to the future. With royal backing, the sector was offered a new lease on a cyber climate hunkered down for crackdowns and censorship.
Jordan might be struggling to quell opposition in its own Kingdom but that hasn’t stopped those in power from meddling in Kuwait's affairs, according to recent leaks from Saudi Arabia's infamous whistle-blowing tweep.