September 19, 2012
The International Labour Organisation has said that there needs to be minimum wage regulations across the Arab world, at a summit held in Amman, Jordan, on Monday.
Jordan on Tuesday called on rich Arab countries to extend financial aid to help the Kingdom overcome “critical” economic challenges.
September 18, 2012
Papal Middle Eastern tours across the ages: How have the reigning Pope Bennedict XVI and the late Pope John Paul II fared in the Holy Land? The Pope pontificates from Lebanon to Morocco as we take a look at papal Middle East tours past and present.
Jordan's national exports for the Great Arab Free Trade Area (GAFTA) have dropped by 6 percent during the first 7 months of this year affected by the value of exports to Iraq, Syria and Lebanon, official figures showed.
September 17, 2012
Hamdan in the City of Lights: the Palestinian poet and musician presented an evening of poetry and music for Parisians, which featured sung pieces of modern Arabic poetry.
The Jordanian Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources has signed an agreement with a Canadian firm to study the viability of an oil shale project in three areas of the Kingdom
September 16, 2012
Some go back to avoid the 'prison-like' conditions of the camps while others are just desperate to see some fighting action. We speak to the refugees who are heading back over the border.
September 13, 2012
A controversial law currently with the Jordanian Senate could send sound the death knell for the burgeoning IT sector in the Kingdom
September 12, 2012
Jordan national football team secured a golden and convincing 2-1 victory over Australia in the fourth leg of the Asian World Cup qualifiers.
The Lower House on Tuesday passed the controversial amendments to the 2012 press and publications draft, requiring news websites to be licensed, which have been described as a return to the "martial law" era.
The Jordanian finance minister met the chairman of the Al Maabar group and discussed further investments and the economy of Jordan, with the UAE delegation praising the political stability of the Kingdom as it plans economics reforms.
September 11, 2012
Away from the bright lights of Hollywood, Angelina Jolie - the UN refugee agency's special envoy - is touring Jordan's Zaatari Syrian refugee camp.
Jordanian actress and singer Mays Hamdan is taking a shopping trip to Turkey in search of clothes to wear in the music video for her latest Khaliji single 'Ma Areeduh' (What I Want).
September 10, 2012
Theater group, 'Bussy', will tackle the subject head on at the annual arts festival in Amman
September 9, 2012
Another blow for the Jordanian government after a week of upsets now the Brotherhood are making noise about alleged election fraud. Yesterday, they released details of 70,000 forged ID cards.