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Jordan news

16 Oct
The third edition of the French Week in Jordan was launched on Sunday, announcing a series of cultural, musical and urban art events taking place through October 22.
08 Oct
AMMAN — The oldest known monastery in Jordan is on Mount Nebo, a place which the Roman female pilgrim Egeria visited at the end of 4th century AD, said Jutta Häser, who
02 Oct
Insulated in the desert wilderness of southern Jordan, bedouins of Wadi Rum, 330km south of Amman, still preserve customs and traditions that benefit their harsh habitat
02 Oct
Jordan rdan was ranked 39th freest economy globally and 3rd regionally after the United Arab Emirates and Israel in the “Economic Freedom of the World [EFW]: 2017 Annual
11 Jun
Royal Wings will start operating direct, regular flights between King Hussein International Airport in Aqaba and Al Maktoum International Airport in Dubai as of June 15
14 Jun
The number of tourists to the country in the first five months of the year went up by 10.5 per cent compared with the same period last year, according to the minister of
02 Jun
With Mount Everest in their sights, Jordan Women’s Everest Expedition 2018 have returned to the Kingdom after training in Nepal for their planned summit of the world’s
06 Jun
The Jordan River was “never the border or an obstacle” between the west and east banks and the population and goods freely crossed, according to a Jordanian scholar.
06 Apr
Three cruise ships carrying around 6,000 European tourists docked in Aqaba port on Wednesday, according to an official from Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority (ASEZA
09 May
Marine conservationists are currently rallying support to list the coral reefs in the Gulf of Aqaba as a UNESCO world heritage site. Coral reefs in the Gulf of Aqaba,