Toxic gas blast at the Aqaba port killed at least 13 and injured more than 250
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The death toll from the toxic chlorine gas leak at the Aqaba port on Monday has reached 12, including seven Jordanians and four Asian nationals, Hamzeh Al Hajj Hassan, Deputy Chief Commissioner of the Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority (ASEZA) told The Jordan Times
His Majesty King Abdullah and Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the deputy prime minister and minister of defence of Saudi Arabia, held talks at Al Husseiniya Palace on Tuesday, attended by HRH Crown Prince Hussein
Jordan’s king proves he’s still firmly in control by crushing coup plot organized by his half-brother — but economic crisis remains his biggest test
Just one year ago, the king and his intelligence services discovered a very serious coup plot against the throne
I’m very worried Jordan’s severe economic crisis — including 50% youth unemployment — could lead to a social explosion
Amman unveiled a new economic modernization program yesterday — but is it enough?
Four people were killed in an attempt to smuggle large amounts of drugs from Syria to Jordan, the kingdom's armed forces said on Sunday
Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Saleh Kharabsheh and German Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Climate Action Robert Habeck on Saturday announced intensifying cooperation between the two governments in the field of energy policy under the Jordanian-German energy partnership programme
Jordan's King Abdullah II said on Thursday he was restricting the movements of his estranged half-brother Prince Hamza and curtailing his contacts with the outside world to ensure he does not act against his country's interests
King Abdullah warns this gap will create more insecurities in the region, discussed cross-border attacks while on official visit in D.C.