April 5, 2005
Jordan's King Abdullah II on Tuesday "accepted the resignation of the government of Faisal Fayez as of today," <i>Petra</i> news agency reported.
April 3, 2005
Jordan's Minister of Labor and Chairman of Board of Directors of Social Insurance General Organization Amjad Al-Majali and his accompanying delegation
April 1, 2005
Jordan's Foreign Ministry said Friday that Israel will free several Jordanian prisoners detained in Israeli prisons next week.
March 31, 2005
The pioneer of online media in the region and one of the regions top internet brands, Al Bawaba Group - owner and operator of www.albawaba.com and www.menareport.com, took home two gold awards in the
March 29, 2005
The Rebuild Iraq 2005 Exhibition, which will be held in Amman from April 4 to 7, has received massive international support. According to <i>Gulf News</i>, more than 900 companies from 44
The ongoing liberalization of Jordan’s ICT sector is set to drive the growth of Jordan’s telecommunications market to a level in excess of a billion dollars annually, according to Jordan’s Telecommuni
March 28, 2005
The number of Russian tourists visiting Jordan went up by 102 percent during the years 2002-2004, according to Director General of the Jordan Tourism Board Mazen Hmoud.
March 27, 2005
Prominent actor Ahmad Zaki has been placed under strict supervision after his health condition deteriorated resulting from the news of his best friend’s death Egyptian actor Mamdouh Wafi
March 24, 2005
March 23, 2005
Jordan's King Abdullah II has reportedly attacked Iran, Syria and Lebanese-based movement Hizbullah as the main threats to Middle East stability.
March 20, 2005
Jordan's Foreign Ministry on Sunday called home for "urgent consultation" the Charge d'affaires at the Baghdad embassy, Demia Hadad.
Jordan's King Abdullah II will not attend the Arab summit because of a commitment made five months ago to meet investors in the United States.