May 4, 2004
An explosion took place outside the home of the main Greek Cypriot opposition leader Tuesday morning, causing damage to the building but no casualties
The Jordanian Phosphate Company expects an increase in its exports of phosphate by 34% during this year to reach 4.9 million tons compared to 3.6 million tons in 2003.
Kuwait and Venezuela signed Tuesday an agreement to avert dual taxation - marking the first Arab country to sign such an accord with Venezuela. Ambassador to Venezuela Youssef Al-Qabandi represe
May 3, 2004
Syrian Prime Minister Mohammed Naji Ottri on Sunday received Jordanian Public Works, Housing and Transportation Minister Raed Abu al-Saud.
The Mossad has failed in an attempt to assassinate Syria-based Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal, the <i>Tehran Times</i> reported Monday.
A Jordanian delegation recently toured four major German states in a bid to encourage and attract investments to the Kingdom. According to Petra news agency, the tour was organized by Jordan's embas
Air Arabia LLC, UAE’s national airline and the first low-cost airline of its kind in the Middle East & North Africa region, is set to showcase on the Sharjah Commerce & Tourism Development Aut
April 30, 2004
A man identified as al-Qaeda activist Abu-Musab al-Zarqawi said on a tape aired Friday that his group did plan an attack on Jordan's secret service bu
According to the State Department's "Patterns of Global Terrorism" report for 2003, published Thursday, the Middle East continues to be "the region of
April 29, 2004
Some 250,000 Jordanians on Thursday participated in a march to express their rejection and condemnation of "terrorism" as well as their support for se
U.S. Marines declared Thursday an agreement to end a siege of Fallujah, saying American forces will pull back and allow an all-Iraqi force commanded b
April 28, 2004
Jordan's King Abdullah II on Wednesday stressed that the final settlement for the Palestinian issue is up to the concerned parties.
Despite intensive control efforts, the threat of desert locusts in West and Northwest Africa remains "extremely serious," the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization has warned.
April 27, 2004
Jordanian television Monday night aired what it said were confessions by captured men tied to Osama Bin Laden's al Qaeda network who said they planned
U.S. occupation soldiersfought a gunbattle overnight with Shiite fighters near the holy city of Najaf to the south, killing 43 of them and destroying