July 26, 2000
Curtain Raiser: Tha'loub is naughty. If it wasn't for Sana', he may never know right from wrong. Take your children to this interactive play where t
One of the Arab World’s most popular festivals, Jerash opens its doors to the public with poetry and cartoons.
Upon his arrival in Amman Iraqi mega-star answers to rumors: No feud with ART and no performance in Palestine he says.
Rum Band’s Program Manager says the Band will perform on the last day of the festival as a quintet.
Jordan will be hosting the 1st Arab Taekwondo Championship for Juniors August 1-8 with the participation of 9 Arab countries, Mekhled Assaf, chairman
July 25, 2000
In a gesture of mourning after an aircraft accident that took the life of 14 soldiers, the administration of Jerash Festival has cancelled Rum Band’s
The zero issue of a new Jordanian economic magazine is in circulation under the name “Rasmal”. The idea behind the monthly Arabic specialized publicat
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