July 25, 2000
Jordan denied Tuesday that Crown Prince Hamzah had been involved in a training exercise on board a military transport plane that crashed in the mornin
July 24, 2000
With a rich lineup of events, Jerash festival is expected to double its attendance rate this year.
A Jordanian newspaper has decided to dedicate a special section on its Internet issue for communication between citizens and government. Al Arab Al Y
The family of a Jordanian adolescent accused the police of beating their son to death at a prison in the Ajloun northern city where he was detained, a
Alarm bells are ringing in Jordan over an ambitious government plan to turn the southern Red Sea port of Aqaba into a duty-free special economic zone
(Jordan Times, ZARQA) – Less than one year ago, a trip to the Zarqa Free Trade Zone was the privilege of the well-to-do.
(AFP, AMMAN) - The Jordanian government plans to turn the southern Red Sea port of Aqaba into a duty-free special economic zone capable of drawing millions of dollars in investment.
July 23, 2000
The chairman of the board of directors of Jordan's Arabic-language newspaper, Khaled Karaki, has tendered his resignation to protest against the sacki
July 21, 2000
Jordan's King Abdullah II and Queen Rania flew to Britain on Friday for a visit expected to last several days before going on to Morocco, the official
July 20, 2000
Syria's new President Bashar Assad agreed Wednesday to supply Jordan with much-needed water, reported the United Press International (UPI), quoting pr
Eighteen people were hospitalized briefly early Thursday after suffering smoke inhalation following a dawn fire that ripped through a linen store in a
(Jordan Times) — The directors of a dozen international centers working to introduce a universal networking language for the Internet met this week at Jordan’s Royal Scientific Society (RSS).
July 19, 2000
Lawyers defending 28 suspects, charged with plotting to carry out terrorist attacks in Jordan, said their clients only wanted to fight Jews in Palesti
By Fuad Abu Hijleh Amman Jordan’s most popular cartoonist, Emad Hajjaj, assailed on Wednesday al- Ra’i newspaper which sacked him on accusation “of h
Jordan's royal court has dismissed as "inaccurate" statements attributed to King Abdullah which were due to be published Wednesday by a London-based A