September 17, 2000
Jordan's Police in the Balqa Governorate on Wednesday busted an attempt to illegally sell a 1,600-1,700-year-old naturally preserved mummy, the Jordan
The Jordanian academic committee of the Higher Education Council has recommended that students who pass the Tawjihi (General School Certificate) resit
A recently-published newspaper which promotes Jordan-Israeli peace was forced to print outside the kingdom because of opposition at home.
Jordanian Arab Wings airline, fully owned by the national airline, Royal Jordanian, is currently working to increase the volume of tourism throughout the kingdom by offering additional links between t
More than seventy Malaysian businesspeople representing both the public and private sectors have arrived in Jordan last week, as part of continuous efforts to explore potential business opportunities
Prince Faisal, the Regent, lasty week opened a seminar on inter-Arab economic cooperation held to mark the 70th anniversary of the Arab Bank Ltd.
Israel has agreed to ease restrictions on the method of transporting goods between Jordan and the Palestinian territories, setting the ground for increased trade between the two sides.
AMMAN — Minister of Energy Wael Sabri on Thursday did not rule out the possibility of increasing oil prices in Jordan if Iraq, the Kingdom's major oil supplier, decides to hike the price of oil it exp
A service to receive information and news via mobile phone has been launched recently in a joint effort by software developers Access to Arabia, the <I>Jordan Times</I>, and mobile phone service provi
September 16, 2000
Five Jordanian students are currently studying at Ort Brauda College in Karmiel, Israeli Wires agency reported Saturday. According to the agency, seve
September 15, 2000
MobileCom, Jordan's second mobile service provider, launched Friday with a package of services and offers expected to make the service accessible and
Chairman of the Jordan Securities Commission (JSC) Bassam Saket called for the establishment of a “Trade Court” to rule on commercial disputes in Jordan.
September 14, 2000
Jordan's military court will issue its verdict on Monday with respect to 28 men charged with conspiracy to carry out terrorist attacks during millenni
Jordanian businessmen who have been on a visit to Iraq told a newspaper that Baghdad had reiterated that it would not trade with Jordanian firms that
A school teacher was confined to a mental hospital after he went berserk and attacked 15 of his pupils with blows.