May 12, 2004
Jordan and the United States Tuesday laid the cornerstone for a water treatment plant that will increase potable water for Amman and the Dead Sea tourist area by 40 per cent, the US embassy said.
May 10, 2004
A Jordanian military court on Monday convicted three men of planning to carry out attacks on American and Israeli tourists in Jordan and sentenced eac
The international Red Cross saw U.S. military intelligence officers routinely mistreating prisoners under interrogation during a visit to Abu Ghraib p
May 9, 2004
At least seven people, including three policemen, were killed and 13 others injured on Sunday when a blast rocked a crowded market in the Iraqi capita
Under the theme "Facing the Real Challenges: Partnering for Change, Peace and Development", leaders from the world of politics, business and civil society will come together in Jordan in about a week.
Jordan Telecom announced Sunday that its Information Systems sector has been awarded ISO 9001:2000 Certification.
Stonesoft, a leader in enterprise network security, Sunday announced that its StoneGate Firewall and Virtual Private Network (VPN) solution has been awarded the prestigious Checkmark certification - t
May 6, 2004
President Bush apologized Thursday for the abuse and humiliation of Iraqi prisoners by American troops, saying it had made Americans "sick to our stom
Egyptian exports to Saudi Arabia rose by $18 million during the first nine months of 2003. Egypt's Al-A'lem Al-Yaum newspaper said contacts were underway between the Kingdom and Egypt to hold the join
May 5, 2004
Jordan's King Abdullah will hold talks on Thursday with US president George Bush on activating the peace process, implementing the roadmap and the fut
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak called Wednesday on U.S.-led occupation forces to respect human rights in Iraq.
May 4, 2004
The Bush administration has rebuffed Jordan, turning down a request by King Abdullah II for a written statement this week that Palestinians deprived o
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.