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16 Nov
Tourism revenues in the first 10 months of 2017 increased by 12.7 per cent, up to $3.9 billion (some JD2.7 billion), compared to $3.46 billion (some JD2.45 billion) in
09 Nov
Prime Minister Hani Mulki and Saudi Ambassador Prince Khalid Bin Faisal on Thursday inaugurated the Centre of Radiation Therapy at King Abdullah University Hospital (
13 Nov
The relationship between tourism and sustainable growth was the focus of a regional conference that began in Amman on Monday. Titled “Tourism in the Middle East and
08 Nov
”I see street art as archives of social revolution. Like a war photographer, I am simply recording urban activities for posterity; graffiti and tagging are a kind of
06 Nov
The Jordan Museum on Sunday launched an exhibition titled “Jordan: the Land of Innovation, Continuity and Change”, as part of Jordan’s year of science 2017 celebrations
07 Nov
The World Science Forum 2017, which will run through November 11, kicked off Monday under the title “Science for Peace”, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.
04 Nov
Jordan's economy is "on the right track" with economic growth, expected to reach 2.3 per cent this year and a slightly higher level in 2018, according to a report
04 Nov
The Ayla Oasis Development Company (Ayla) on Thursday launched the second International Art Symposium that will see 20 leading artists from across the globe take part in
04 Nov
His Majesty King Abdullah on Thursday paid a visit to the Royal Film Commission (RFC), a Royal Court statement said. During the visit, His Majesty was acquainted with
02 Nov
Madaba has joined the UNESCO’s Creative Cities Network under the Crafts and Folk Art category, Tourism Minister Lina Annab said on Wednesday. Madaba was among 19 cities