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Jordanian Christian writer Nahed Hattar was shot dead on Sunday outside the courthouse where he was standing trial on charges of contempt of religion.
Voter apathy in Jordan could be an opportunity for the country's re-branded Islamists to make gains
The people of Jordan are voting in parliamentary elections under a new system which it is claimed shows the pro-Western monarchy is bringing in democratic…
As the UN General Assembly prepares to host a high-level summit to address the refugee and migrant crisis, the reality for the millions of Syrians who have fled the country since 2011 is one of frustr
Being a mother or a refugee can be tough enough, but what is it like to be both?
The funeral has taken place of one of six Jordanian border guards killed by a suicide bomber on Tuesday.
At least five people have been killed in an assault on a security office in the Baqaa refugee camp outside the Jordanian capital.
Young Syrian refugees in Jordan have been having a kickabout with Germany and Arsenal soccer star Mesut Ozil.
The tide of refugees from Syria and Iraq and the possible effect on European states was a subject examined by many television channels. Spanish
‘Dégradé’ is a black comedy by Palestinian twin brothers Arab and Tarzan Nasser. Just like its authors, the film is banned in Gaza, and was shot in
More than 300 migrants have been rescued from boats in the Mediterranean by the medical charity Médecins Sans Frontières. The group have been taken
The offices were sealed on the orders of the city's governor, though no reason was given for the closure.
The website Mawdoo3.com has had a meteoric rise, but many outside the Arabic-speaking world have not yet heard of it. Some 17.1 million people
The ancient ruins of Petra in Jordan have been closed to visitors, amid fears of flash floods and rock slides. Braving bad weather, tourists visited
FIFA is set to elect a new president on the 26th of February amid the worst crisis in its history. Rocked by a series of corruption scandals over the
FIFA presidential candidate Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein on Tuesday claimed there is a climate of fear and reprisals within the football’s world
The whole of Israel will ultimately be fenced off for its own protection, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has vowed. Inspecting the construction of
Ahead of the London Donors’ Conference on Syria, British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond visited the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan. The conference
The first feature film by Naji Abu Nowar is an adventure film. It is a story of revenge and survival in the Jordanian desert. The action revolves
This edition of Learning World looks at crisis education, and crisis management; two schools, two approaches to tackling disasters professionally
Mogens Lykketoft, President of United Nations General Assembly, visits the Zaatari camp, Jordan. Lykketoft said the purpose of his visit is to get
If you could ask one question about the Syrian refugee crisis, what would it be? Our reporter Sophie Claudet is back from Jordan, where Syrians make
Thousands of mourners have attended the funeral of a Jordanian police captain who shot dead five people at police training centre. Two of the
King Abdullah II of Jordan speaks to Euronews’ Isabelle Kumar and brings incisive analysis on the threat posed by ISIL terrorism worldwide – a group
From an early stage in the Syrian war, Jordan has been a refuge for people fleeing the ever-intensifying fighting. By now, some 1.4 million of
Russia is best positioned to bring a resolution to the war in Syria, Jordan’s King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein has told Euronews. In an exclusive