December 2, 2004
Jordan's Queen Rania Al-Abdullah on Monday inaugurated the country’s first Intel Computer Clubhouse - an after-school program set up to provide community-based technology-learning programs, enabling y
December 1, 2004
Queen Rania Al Abdullah on Wednesday stressed the importance of exchanging medical expertise and knowledge in fertility, <i>Petra</i> repo
The Second International Conference on the "Protection of Islamic Sanctities in Palestine" opened Tuesday in Amman.
With Mr. Michel Al Sayegh, Jordan Commercial Bank’s Chairman of the Board and senior bank executives in attendance, a press conference followed by a luncheon was hosted on Saturday November 27, 2004 o
Interim Iraqi prime minister arrived in Jordan on Tuesday for meetings with tribal leaders and other influential Iraqis in an attempt to encourage Sun
November 28, 2004
Jordan's King Abdullah II stripped his half-brother, Prince Hamzeh al-Hussein, of the title of crown prince, in a letter read out on Jordanian televis
November 4, 2004
Rain, at last, fell on Jordan. Al Rai daily reports that the Kingdom saw its most significant rainfall since last year during the last 24 hours, until
Dubai's e-learning market, estimated at six million dollars in 2003, is set to grow to $24 million by the end of 2008, boosted by government-led education initiatives and a knowledge-conducive environ
October 25, 2004
A new monthly French-language magazine focusing on Tunisia is due to be launched from November 1. The monthly, called 'Le Tunisien', under the directo
A Royal Decree was issued Sunday to reshuffle the government of Prime Minister Faisal Al Fayez. According to Petra, the wide reshuffle includes 16 por
At least 16 Palestinians were killed Monday and some 70 others wounded in Israeli missile strikes that accompanied a massive raid of Khan Younis city,
The last thread of hope has been stripped away from the cast of the Ramadan controversial television drama series "The Road to Kabul" after the Arabic television channel MBC stopped the broadcasting o
Jordan's major cabinet reshuffle concluded Sunday night raised the number of its members from 20 to 27, including four women ministers.
October 24, 2004
The Jordanian Government signed on Saturday a strategic partnership agreement with BearingPoint Company with in a bid to accelerate the Implementation of Public Sector Reform in Jordan.
The World Bank has awarded a Turkish company a tender to build Cairo Airport's third passenger terminal at a cost of $350 million, according to an Egyptian aviation official.