The libel laws and Irish bloggers
It’s been a careful week in the Irish blogosphere. News of a major libel settlement by an Irish blogger first began to filter around Irish bloggers after a piece by Trevor Butterworth in Forbes
Al-Sabeel newspaper correspondent in Zarqa apprehended
Public Security Directorate in the Vehicle Registration Administration in Zarqa has apprehended Khaleel Qandeel, Al-Sabeel newspaper correspondent in Zarqa, during shooting pictures for the crowds
Jordan Nurses Association asks for certificates authentication
The Ministry of Education has asked the Nurses Association for authentication of certificates of foreign nurses working in private hospitals in Jordan. The Ministry has indicated in its letter sent to
Banks in Jordan... The importance of the foreign financing
Banks in Jordan have announced that they are ready to finance some environmental projects in the fields of nuclear, solar, or wind energy. In this regard, Association of Banks in Jordan will hold an
Authorities rush to contain oil spill near Aqaba
AMMAN - Authorities late Thursday were trying to contain an oil slick near Aqaba that emerged earlier in the day, as investigations were still under way to determine the source of the spill and its
Learning from others
For the last few days, together with several Jordanian colleagues, I have been struggling to cope with sub-zero temperatures in "frozen" Poland, a Central European country with a dynamic population of
It is not just corruption
Few, if any, were shocked by the news that senior Palestinian officials close to President Mahmoud Abbas were involved in various kinds of corruption. One report after another has revealed corruption
Killer of elderly woman in Jabal Amman arrested
Security forces Monday afternoon apprehended a 19 year old Arab national, identified as the killer of an elderly woman in Jabal Amman after robbing her house. In the details, Press Spokesman of the
Road to Jordan begins in -25oC Swedish winter
The lukewarm waters of the Dead Sea and the sun-kissed hills of the Jordan Valley will seem a million miles away this weekend when the road to the Jordan Rally begins in the freezing temperatures of
Jordanian prince fosters peace and harmony through sport
Prince Feisal Al Hussein of Jordan foresees a day when generations of families whose historical grudges have periodically devolved into wars and bloodlettings learn to bury their differences by simply