Inspire Middle East
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Some doctors in Jordan are using ancient medical practices and natural ingredients from the Dead Sea to treat their patients.
Scientists have discovered the earliest known evidence of bread-making on prehistoric site dating 14,000 years.
It's after it saw widespread protests during last week against IMF-driven economic policies that critics say have eroded living standards
Jordanians vow to continue nightly protests demanding the scrapping of planned tax reform despite pledges to revise bill.
Tax rises add unbearable pressure on people already feeling the pinch, and a change of prime minister has done nothing to calm nationwide street protests.
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
Several Jordanians were injured during a demonstration that was held near the Prime Ministry in Amman on Saturday in protest against the new income law and calling for the resignation of the government.
Diplomats from six Arab countries have pledged to seek international recognition of an independent Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital.
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.
A law that let rapists off the hook if they married their victims has been scrapped in Jordan.
At least one person was killed on Sunday in a shooting incident at the Israeli embassy in the Jordanian capital Amman, according to a Jordanian security source.
Jordan hosts first Arab opera festival
Social media is the new battleground for airlines chasing passengers and Jordan's national carrier is flying higher than most with witty trolling.
Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has prayed at the River Jordan, historically believed to be the site of Jesus’ baptism.
Mars is but a flight away at Wadi Rum Jordon
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The 21 kings, presidents and top officials gathered on the Jordanian side of the Dead Sea, with a clear view of the Israeli-occupied West Bank on the opposite shore.