October 10, 2000
The World Trade Organization's governing body gave the green light on Tuesday to Oman to join the global trade body, the WTO said.
Jordan's Interior Minister said that a total of 63 Jordanian police were hurt in clashes with anti-Israeli protesters last week in the kingdom.
Energy experts urged governments to adopt cleaner and more efficient ways of producing power and to use renewable sources and new technologies to ensure supplies and protect the environment.
The European Investment Bank (EIB), the European Union's long-term financing institution, has arranged a €15 million facility to support the modernization and restructuring of the private sector in Jo
October 9, 2000
It came as a surprise (to me at least) that the Israelis are showing some interest in the Red Sea - Dead Sea Canal (RSDSC) project after opposing the idea for so many years.
October 8, 2000
Jordan’s anti-riot police dispersed, using force, thousands of university students who gathered at the main gate of the University of Jordan, Amman, S
Jordan has decided to postpone sending its newly appointed ambassador to Israel Abdul Ilah Kurdi “in a protest against the Israeli massacres of the Pa
The Jordanian Potassium Company posted a net operating income of JD 15.7 million in the first half of 2000, reported <I>Alarab Alyawm</I> newspaper. This figure represents an 8.3 percent increase comp
The Egyptian Minister of International Planning and Cooperation, Ahmed Al-Darsh, on a recent trip to Jordan, held discussions with his colleague, Wael Sabri, the Jordanian Minister of Energy and Miner
October 6, 2000
A security source said late Friday that the death of 18-year-old Osama Satari, who was killed earlier during clashes between demonstrators and anti-ri
A 15-year-old youngster, Osama Abdul Karim, was shot and killed by Jordanian anti-riot police during clashes between protestors at Baqaa refugee camp
Jordan’s anti-riot police were using tear gas bombs, water and batons to disperse a demonstration in Rabia suburb, west Amman, where the Israeli embas
October 5, 2000
The governor of the Jordanian capital offered the city's keys Thursday to visiting Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi during a red-carpet ceremony as thousa
Hundreds of Palestinian refugees protesting "Israeli massacres" over the past week clashed with riot police Thursday at the Wihdat refugee camp in the
Jordan launched on Tuesday its first action plan for e-government, envisaging its completion between the next three to five years and the implementation of a few fast-track projects within the next 12