August 1, 2000
The free flowing magic of modern dance cast its spell on a mesmerized audience in the North Theater.
Although they were faced with a lot of hinderances, the Helsingborg Choir sang on
Jordan and the US could be signing a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) within the next few months. Although a time frame hasn’t been set, Charlene Brashefsk
Despite sluggish economic growth , Jordan still shows a 3 percent growth rate.
Jordan Telecom has selected Alcatel and Cisco Systems to be the suppliers of equipment for the country\'s data communications network that will allow for faster connections and data transfer by years
(AFP, Amman) - Amman hopes to reach a free trade agreement with the United States by September 2000, which will be likely to increase Jordanian exports to the United States.
<a href=http://www.jordantimes.com>Jordan Times</a> FORMER PRIME MINISTER Abdur-Ra'uf S. Rawabdeh was not aware that he was about to be removed from office when he made a solemn commitment to Parliame
July 31, 2000
Are all cartoons political? why are they so popular? Five Arab cartoonists try to answer these questions.
Troubles may not be a major security concern at Jerash Festival but the sale of extra tickets could be a source of concern
Public enterprises in Less Developed Countries (LDCs) are often expected to pursue social objectives, which can range from subsidies to particular consumer groups, assisting certain regions, and creat
(Jordan Times) – His Majesty King Abdullah has instructed the government to reschedule Jordanian farmers' debts and reduce interests on these debts for this year.
(AFP, Amman) - Jordan's first private airline, Jordan Aviation, has received the green light form the transport ministry, and will operate charter flights to stimulate tourism, the company announced.
July 30, 2000
The De Hoop Drum Majorettes delighted a very small, but highly appreciate audience with an exquisite show of “luminous” martial dancing at the Sound a
The five members of the Irish group delighted the large crowds sauntering down the colonnade with a delightful musical potpourri of traditional Irish,
Jordanian Prime Minister Ali Abu Ragheb has decided to establish a "higher committee" to fight corruption of all kinds, the official Petra news agency