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Flash flooding in Jordan's Dead Sea area swept a bus carrying dozens of school children away on Thursday afternoon
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Some doctors in Jordan are using ancient medical practices and natural ingredients from the Dead Sea to treat their patients.
Refugee girls put on fashion show for own clothing label
Iraqi refugee girls put on a fashion show in the capital of Jordan, Amman, on Wednesday featuring clothes that they sewed themselves.
The art of self-expression: Dance, fashion & literature
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.
As it happened: Tuesday, June 5
The latest news and updates as they happened this morning.
Several thousand protest in Jordan
It's after the prime minister refused to scrap an IMF-backed tax reform bill at the weekend saying he needs the extra revenue for public services.
Centre Stage: Music in the Middle East, Past & Present
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.
Upstarting the Middle East: youth and innovation
Careem, Jordanian startups and the investment in UAE’s youth
US Vice President Mike Pence visits Middle East
Mr Pence's trip to Egypt, the first leg of a Middle East tour, was marred by continuing anger over the US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital last month.
Arab ministers counter-attack on Jerusalem status
Diplomats from six Arab countries have pledged to seek international recognition of an independent Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital.
Helping refugees help themselves
In this edition of Global Japan, we travel to the Syrian refugee camp of Zaatari in Jordan, the 5th largest in the world.
Jordan scuttles military transport plane to make new diving reef for tourists
Plane latest unusual object used to "seed" coral reefs in the Gulf of Aqaba.
'TIGER Girls`getting young Syrian refugee women back to school
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.
Law that 'let-off rapists if they married victims' is scrapped
A law that let rapists off the hook if they married their victims has been scrapped in Jordan.
Verdi rings around Amman as opera comes to Jordan
Jordan hosts first Arab opera festival
Royal Jordanian proves trolling fills planes
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 prays at River Jordan
Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has prayed at the River Jordan, historically believed to be the site of Jesus’ baptism.
The Martian experience in Wadi Rum, Jordon
Mars is but a flight away at Wadi Rum Jordon
Competitors join in on ridiculing United Airlines
United Airlines have been the subject of much public ridicule in recent weeks, now even some competitors are getting in on the action.
Trump concludes: 'The world is a mess,' after King of Jordan meeting
The situation in the Middle East was the main topic of discussion when Donald Trump welcomed Jordan’s King Abdullah to the White House on Wednesday ( April 5 .
Israeli-Palestinian conflict top of agenda at Arab leader's summit
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.
Jordan frees soldier who murdered several Israeli schoolgirls
There have been celebratory scenes in Jordan after a man who killed seven Israeli schoolgirls in 1997 was freed from jail.
47 Soul the sound of modern Palestine
Palestinian band 47 Soul on tour in Europe
Suspected car bombing in Jordan refugee camp
At least four people are dead after an explosion in a refugee camp in Jordan on the border with Syria.
Foreign and interior ministers replaced in Jordan
Jordan’s King Abdullah has reshuffled his cabinet but kept on Hani Mulki as Prime Minister.
Jordan police seize 'arms and explosives' after Karak terror attack
Jordanian authorities say they’ve seized weapons and explosives from a house used to plan terrorist attacks which led to ten people being killed on Sunday.