May 10, 2005

10:54 GMT

Countries surrounding the slowly vanishing Dead Sea agreed to look into building a canal to breathe new life into the lowest and most saline sea on earth.

10:40 GMT

Jordan Aviation will start operating six weekly charter flights from the King Hussein International Airport in Aqaba to Dubai as of June 17.

09:27 GMT

Kuwait Minister of Amiri Diwan Affairs Sheikh Nasser Mohammed Al-Ahmed Al-Sabah received Tuesday at Bayan Palace, Jordanian Ambassador to Kuwait, Moha

May 9, 2005

14:50 GMT

Princess Sumaya University for Technology (PSUT) held student council elections for 2005-2006 as ten nominated students ran for student office.

May 8, 2005

14:17 GMT

Job Link, Jordan’s first and only publication specialized in Human Resources has launched to allow readers to easily access the latest human resource information on the World Wide W

May 5, 2005

14:02 GMT

Upon invitation from Jordan's King Abdullah II, Iraqi President Jalal Talbani will pay a two -day working visit to Jordan, starting on Saturday.

May 4, 2005

14:14 GMT

After the great success of its first outlet in the Middle East in Mecca Mall in Jordan, L’Oréal Paris strengthens its presence in the region with the opening of a second outlet in Abdoun Mall in the J

May 3, 2005

14:44 GMT

Jordanian Prime Minister Dr. Adnan Badran said his talks with Syria's President Bashar al-Assad on Tuesday gave a "very strong momentum" to the bilate

14:27 GMT

During a meeting with the media on Tuesday, MobileCom CEO Mr. Mickael Ghossein announced that the mobile operator with the support of the Ministry of Education will launch a grand campaign to celebrat

May 2, 2005

13:39 GMT

The World Economic Forum said today that it hopes its meeting in Jordan on 20-22 May will act as a platform to help leaders focus efforts to capitalize upon the current climate of change and opportuni

April 28, 2005

13:51 GMT

Jordan's King Abdullah II reiterated the importance of homegrown reform and the necessity of reform to reflect public priorities and concerns.

April 27, 2005

12:27 GMT

Jordanian singer/television announcer Rania Al Kurdi gave birth to healthy baby boy on April 14, 2005 at a private hospital in Amman Jordan

April 26, 2005

16:13 GMT

The son of a prominent Jordanian minister was committed to the Israeli rehabilitation center of Beit Loewenstein in the town of Ra'ana.