May 27, 2015
Amman's municipality is anticipating more traffic congestion as tens of thousands of visitors from the Gulf region are expected to arrive over the summer.
Orange Jordan's 4G services will be nationwide by the end of the year.
The six-year initiative aims to support more efficient agricultural services in areas classified as "poverty pockets."
May 26, 2015
Jordan's Independence Day was marked with a quirky world record, and it wasn't the country's first.
A group of young artists living in Zaatari refugee camp work to preserve Syria’s rich cultural treasures with paintings, models and sculptures of Palmyra. Little did they realize how prescient their actions would be.
The first shipment of Qatar's liquefied natural gas arrived in Aqaba Port earlier this week.
Jordan's King Abdullah on Monday attended the official national celebration marking Independence Day.
Mohammed Assaf celebrated Jordan's 96th Independence Day with a special Facebook post.
May 25, 2015
Parades and displays of patriotism took place across the kingdom.
This time in Jerusalem's al-Aqsa mosque, tensions of a different kind boiled over, between Palestinian factions themselves.
A cab company will start operating hybrid vehicles in the next three months under an agreement with the Amman municipality, the company's chairman said Sunday.
May 24, 2015
The UN agency urged the international community to support those countries hosting refugees.
Jordan confirms investment projects worth $8.5B finalized at the conclusion of the World Economic Forum meeting at the Dead Sea.
Iraq is determined to complete the oil and gas pipeline linking Basra to Aqaba despite 'challenges on the ground' according to the Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister.
May 21, 2015
The forum will be held on the eastern shores of the Dead Sea, where over 58 countries plan to attend.
The Saudi Development Fund board of directors is scheduled to discuss Jordan's request for a longterm, low-interest loan at a meeting next month.
May 20, 2015
A meeting among the countries' envoys was aimed at boosting aid for Jordan's efforts on the refugee crisis.
The Social Security Corporation increased the salaries of its retirees to match the inflation of 2014.
The US along with 17 other nations participated in annual war games designed to "exchange military expertise" in the Jordanian desert.
May 19, 2015
The Jordan National Commission for Women said ladies faced less discrimination in the public sector compared with private companies.
The the southern city of Ma'an on Monday, residents were celebrating a government move for a change.
Jordan on Tuesday rejected Syrian accusations that "terrorists" were being given military training on its soil, insisting Amman favored a political solution to its neighbor's conflict.
Now in US custody, wife of key Daesh militant Abu Sayyaf killed by US Special forces Saturday could offer inside details about the January death of Jordanian pilot Muath Kasasbeh.
Remember Abu Sayyaf? The key Daesh figure the Pentagon killed in a special forces raid on Saturday? Turns out, he may have also been a key figure in the execution of Jordanian pilot Muath al-Kasasbeh in January.
Diplomats from Sunni Arab countries held secret talks with Israeli officials in Jordan to discuss security issues in the region.
Air Arabia Jordan launches an inaugural flight to Kuwait as part of a strategy to promote low-cost tourism.
May 18, 2015
USA Today has an online vote for the world's filming location, and as of today, Petra ranks number one!
Two high ranking members of the Jordanian government resigned yesterday due to failure to coordinate over "key issues" relating to public security.
Let's talk drones: these days it seems it's China, not the US, who's got the MidEast monopoly.
Jordan's King Abdullah inaugurated a solar power plant Sunday at the Royal Court.
May 17, 2015
A new study shows unemployment rate in three areas increased to 22.1 percent, from 14.5 percent before the Syrian war began.
May 14, 2015
King Abdullah met German Chancellor Angela Merkel to discuss regional developments including the conflict in Syria Wednesday.
Bonds guaranteed by the US government secure Jordan low-cost financing and eases the pressure on local banks.