Jordanian racers riding self-designed cars that look like a falafel sandwich or a giant mosquito showed off their skills in the country's second soapbox race
A passion for the performing arts, and a desire to bolster his country’s cultural scene, saw Dr. Abdelsalam Qubailat set up the Al Shams Theatre in Amman three years ago.
Scientists in Jordan have discovered that corals in the Gulf of Aqaba are resisting the rise in water temperatures.
Disney’s live-action remake of Aladdin is amongst the latest additions in Jordan’s contribution to the international film industry.
Across Syrian refugee camps in Jordan, blockchain technology is helping the United Nations cut costs and combat corruption.
A new Jordanian cartoon, Team Hero is unique in the region. Unlike other comics, one of the main protagonists, Waseem, is Autistic. The episodes educate children on diversity and inclusion.
Jordan is on a journey to reform its economy. Counting on a fresh generation of young entrepreneurs to help fuel its future, the country is hungry to boost productivity and growth, plus create more jobs.
Jordan’s movement towards renewable energy is gaining momentum.
In this episode of Aid Zone Euronews' Monica Pinna travels to Jordan to look at how the EU and other international organisations are supporting the country's efforts to integrate Syrian refugee children into the national school system.
Heavy rainfall suprised tourists and locals alike as flash floods bisect Petra region.
Some doctors in Jordan are using ancient medical practices and natural ingredients from the Dead Sea to treat their patients.
The country also has to deal with a massive and costly influx of refugees from Syria & Iraq, for which it feels it does not get enough recognition or support.
Jordan's King Abdullah calls for a review of a controversial tax law as thousands take to the streets for a fifth night
In this edition of Global Japan, we travel to the Syrian refugee camp of Zaatari in Jordan, the 5th largest in the world.
Plane latest unusual object used to "seed" coral reefs in the Gulf of Aqaba.
With many Syrian refugee girls being forced into marriage or worse by hardship in Jordanian camps, the "TIGER Girls" NGO is getting them back to school.