After the end of Friday prayers, around 2,000 members of the Muslim Brotherhood and youth movements walked in downtown Amman to condemn the cartoons
A winter storm of snow, freezing conditions and rain continues to hit large parts of the Middle East. In Gaza two babies have died from the cold as
The father of a Jordanian pilot captured by the self-proclaimed Islamic State group in Syria has appealed to the militants to treat his son well
US Secretary of State John Kerry says Israel and the Palestinians have pledged to take concrete steps to calm tensions around Jerusalem’s holiest
Jordanian Zumba trainer Luceen Nsheiwat uses her dance skills to raise funds for an Amman charity facilitating critically needed open-heart surgery
The radical cleric Abu Qatada was found not guilty of terrorism charges in a Jordanian court on Wednesday.
The Muslim cleric had been accused of
The judge at the trial of radical Jordanian cleric Abu Qatada, accused of a plot in 2000 to attack Israelis and Western targets, says he needs more
Jordanians enjoy the colour, dancing and music of the country’s first ever festival of colours, held in the capital, Amman. Inspired by India’s
Thousands of people took to the streets of the Jordanian capital Amman on Friday to protest against the ongoing Israeli operation in the Gaza
Jordan’s state security court has acquitted cleric Abu Qatada on charges of conspiring to commit acts of terrorism.
He was extradited from Britain
Jordanian and Emirati military personnel take part in an annual training exercise designed to promote greater understanding and awareness of what to
Pope Francis has called for urgent steps to end Syria’s civil war. The pontiff arrived in neighbouring Jordan on his first day of a Middle East
The Pope is beginning a three day visit to the Middle East in Jordan.
Pope Francis will travel to the capital Amman, where he will hold Mass in a
The Amman stadium was abuzz with people on Friday preparing for Pope Francis’ mass on Saturday. The pontiff chose to kick off his three-day visit to
A fight erupted at Jordanian television network 7 Stars, between two journalists, Shaker Al-Johari and Mohammed Al-Jayousi, whose opinions differed
Political debate is certainly more lively in Jordan!
A televised interview degenerated into a punch-up between two pundits when one apparently took
The Turkish Prime Minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, is in Iran to forge economic ties as a storm brews back home over a rise in interest rates
In Jordan, many Syrian refugees see no end to their suffering. They don’t believe the conference will bring peace to their embattled
The movie ‘When I Saw You’, directed by Palestinian filmmaker Annemarie Jacir, is amongst the pieces up for the top prize at the Mediterranean Film
Radical cleric Abu Qatada has pleaded not guilty to charges of terrorism at a retrial in Jordan, saying he does not recognise the court in which he’s
Syrian children at a refugee camp in Jordan got a surprise when they were treated to a performance by a group of clowns.
They are part of the
Jordan host Uruguay in the first leg of their World Cup playoff on Wednesday at the Amman, International Stadium.
Jordan reached the
An MP has been arrested after trying to shoot another lawmaker during a row in Jordan’s parliament.
Talal al-Sharif fired an AK-47 towards
Israel and Palestinians have agreed to resume stalled peace talks. US Secretary of State John Kerry announced the news after meeting with both
The Arab League have backed US secretary of state John Kerry’s push to revive Israel-Palestinian peace talks at a meeting in Jordan.
At a press
The number of refugees worldwide has reached its highest level for 18 years, according to the UN, with Syria the main cause behind a dramatic