Travellers entering Jordan from Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea will be monitored and undergo necessary checkups at the airport, according to the Ministry of Health.
October 22, 2014
Jordan's representative to the UN Security Council, Dina Kawar, said Israel is "determined" to provoke Palestinians by imposing restrictions on worshipers entering Islam's third most holiest site, Al Asqa Mosque.
October 21, 2014
Warmer winter, warmer state-society relationship? Jordanians brace themselves for 'substantially' lower fuel prices
The drop in international oil prices is good news for Jordanians, if it is reflected “fairly” on domestic fuel prices.
The Kingdom’s oil shale reserves rank fifth worldwide in terms of quantity.
King Abdullah of Jordan said "there is no grey area" in battling terrorism and warned against IS militants creating a civil war in Islam.
October 20, 2014
One's catastrophe, another's celebration: Middle East's oil importing states benefiting lower oil prices
The decline in oil prices will provide significant boost to the oil importing countries in the Middle East.
October 19, 2014
Hard-line Jordanian Salafists Omar Mahdi Zeidan and Saad Hneity have joined the Islamic State (IS) terrorist group in Syria.
They said the US Internet giant’s decision to shut down its office in Amman before the end of the year — thus terminating 80 jobs and relocating some staff — is part of Yahoo’s efforts to cut down costs in its international operations.
October 17, 2014
The UAE is the biggest market for Jordanian property investors, he said, indicating that the drive behind Jordanian investments in other markets is the incentives they are offered abroad.
October 15, 2014
Macadi Nahha's delivery, from maternity ward to stage: A post-natal performance impresses Bahrain Music Festival fans
Jordanian artist Macadi Nahhas dazzles Bahrain Music Festival days after giving birth.
October 13, 2014
Twenty-six suspects were referred to court over their involvement in riots in downtown Amman on Saturday night