March 28, 2013
Jordan's Prime Minister-designate, Abdullah Ensour, has said that should one million Syrian refugees seek safety in his country, the situation would be "catastrophic"
Jordan's Cabinet agreed on Wednesday to boost capital for the Central Bank to $68 million.
March 27, 2013
The five students had been attacked by a mob at their university before being arrested on March 12.
The Jordanian government's plan to reintroduce a 16 per cent accommodation tax on the Kingdom’s hotels will negatively impact the country’s tourism sector, the Jordan Hotels Association (JHA) warned on Tuesday.
A truck ferry route to Jordan was launched this week almost days after Lebanon’s major transit route through Syria came to a complete halt.
The fives youngsters were allegedly attacked by 200 other students and are being held without charge.
March 26, 2013
The number falls short of the 18,000 new jobs target set in January
March 25, 2013
Jordan's Labour Ministry to launch investigation after a damning report into violations of guest workers' rights.
March 24, 2013
Protests led by the so-called March 24 movement spread across Amman.
Obama's parting gift to Abdullah is a welcome boost to a floundering economy.
March 23, 2013
With the U.S. president on his first tour of the region since taking office, hopes are high but expectations are low.
The U.S. president says he will send the Kingdom $200 million in order to deal with the mounting refugee influx from across the border.
March 21, 2013
Royal Jordanian will transfer all its flight operations to the new terminal at Queen Alia International Airport on Thursday.
A number of MPs have threatened to rebel against the proposal the last time it was floated.
March 20, 2013
After offending everyone from regional prime ministers to his own people in a candid interview, the Kingdom's monarch works on damage control.