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.
The 26th edition of the Arabian Travel Market in Dubai brought together more than 150 countries to showcase their tourism projects.
Across Syrian refugee camps in Jordan, blockchain technology is helping the United Nations cut costs and combat corruption.
Lit in Athens and brought to Abu Dhabi, the arrival of the Flame of Hope marked the start of the Special Olympic World Games in the United Arab Emirates. For the first time, the global sports event dedicated to people with intellectual disabilities was held in the Middle East.
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.
The water level drops by 1 metre annually and the Dead Sea could almost disappear in a few decades.
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.
Drift racing is one of the fasting growing motorsports in the Middle East.
Some doctors in Jordan are using ancient medical practices and natural ingredients from the Dead Sea to treat their patients.
Iraqi refugee girls put on a fashion show in the capital of Jordan, Amman, on Wednesday featuring clothes that they sewed themselves.
What do words on a page, expressive movement, and fashion all have in common? In the Middle East, they’re being used to connect people in society in differing ways.
The latest news and updates as they happened this morning.
This week we tread the boards at Dubai Opera and go behind the scenes with the European Union Youth Orchestra as they tune-up for their debut performance in the emirate. We also visit a refugee camp in Jordan where traditional music is helping Syrians reconnect with their heritage.
In this edition of Global Japan, we travel to the Syrian refugee camp of Zaatari in Jordan, the 5th largest in the world.