December 23, 2004

18:25 GMT

Jordan's King Abdullah II on Thursday urged Israel to support the Palestinian leadership's efforts which aim at holding elections in a suitable climat

10:28 GMT

The Arab Bank Wednesday denied any link of whatsoever with acts of violence in the Palestinian areas, Israel or in any part of the world, a source at the bank was quoted as saying by <i>Petra</i>.

December 22, 2004

December 18, 2004

14:04 GMT

Jordanian singer/actress Rania Al Kurdi is five or six months pregnant according to reliable sources

00:34 GMT

Jordanian singer/actress Rania Al Kurdi is five or six months pregnant according to reliable sources

December 12, 2004

15:24 GMT

Sonoran Energy, Inc. has recently announced that the Government of Jordan had approved an agreement with Sonoran Energy to study the exploration potential of an oil field east of Jordan's capital city

10:35 GMT

Jordanian singer/actress Rania Al Kurdi has just completed shooting her newest music video “Kalamtak Ikteer” in Egypt to be used in the upcoming film (The Seventh Sense), which she will play the femal

December 11, 2004

12:21 GMT

Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram recently held two concerts in the Jordanian capital Amman, but at each the singer ended her performance before the scheduled time shocking the organizers and audience who c

December 8, 2004

17:32 GMT

Jordan's King Abdullah II and Iraq's interim president on Wednesday accused Iran of trying to influence Iraq's Jan. 30 elections.

December 7, 2004

11:17 GMT

The Palestinian National Authority highly valued efforts being exerted by Jordan's King Abdullah II during his current visit to the U.S. to put an end

December 6, 2004

13:24 GMT

Jordanian singer Rania Al Kurdi has announced that she will no longer host the popular television show Superstar, after having participated in it for the past two years

December 5, 2004

13:38 GMT

Jordanian King Abdullah II headed to Libya Sunday as ‏‏part of a four-nation tour that also includes the United States, Japan and Singapore, where he

December 2, 2004

04:49 GMT

A $1 billion, multi-faceted project to revamp a key area in the heart of Amman, Jordan, is being presented this week in Dubai to delegates at Cityscape, the Middle East’s biggest international commerc