Egyptian security officials at the Cairo Airport barred entry, Friday, to the respected Palestinian journalist Daoud Kuttab. Kuttab, who regularly travels to Egypt, was attending a US-Egyptian
A 16% increase has been recorded of Jordanian students studying in UK universities since 2015. While 1,520 students traveled to UK universities in 2015, the number went up to 1,765 in 2016 and 1,815
Schengen embassies in Jordan approved a high proportion of 81% of all visa applications collected during 2018, according to SchengenVisaInfo .com. The percentage reflects both Jordanians and none
Introduction Achieving justice requires end torture and all illegal practices that give immunity to those who commit torture crimes, survivors should acknowledge what they suffer and enable them to
 brigadier general Imad Mayyah
Retired brigadier general Imad Mayyah expressed astonishment at the attempts to involve evangelicals in the statement by U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that legitimized illegal Israeli
The International Press Institute (IPI), a global network of editors, media executives and journalists for press freedom, today condemned a recent incident in which a Palestinian photographer was
After 69 years, the Jordanian Army has once again raised the national flag on the territory of Al Baqoura and Al-Ghamr when the 25-year-old lease for those lands as part of the Jordan-Israel peace
A surprise visit by a nine-member U.S. congressional delegation to Jordan Saturday, October 19th appears to have been aimed at boosting Jordan while also collecting information on the effects of the
Media experts and civil society activists have recommended in a workshop held in Amman Wednesday to introduce the concept of solution journalism as part of the media ecosystem. Daoud Kuttab director
Community Media Network will introduce an innovative new journalism genre, Solution Journalism, in a one-day workshop which will engage Jordan’s civil society in using journalism to find solutions to