Theft and illegal tapping are to blame for almost 70 percent of Jordan’s annual water loss, while ageing infrastructure is estimated to result in 30 percent of non-revenue water (NRW), Minister of Water and Irrigation Ma’tasem Sua’idan said Tuesday.
Beirut, Those responsible for the oversight of the ammonium nitrate believed to have sparked this week’s massive and deadly blast at a Beirut port should be placed under house arrest, the Lebanese Cabinet said on Wednesday.
The most recent …
Amman, Jordanian parliamentary, political, partisan, cultural and popular figures have condemned the economic terrorism practiced by the United States against Syria, the latest of which is the so-called “Caesar Act”, renewing their stand and solidarity with Syria in the face …
Israeli occupation forces Tuesday arrested 19
Palestinians during dawn raids in various parts of the West Bank and Arab East
Jerusalem, according to the Palestinian Prisoners Club.
The grassroots organisation said in a statement that
troops and paramilitary police raided …
Amman His Majesty King Abdullah on Wednesday commended
the exceptional voluntary efforts carried out around the Kingdom during the
coronavirus disease (COVID-19) crisis, saluting several charitable and
During a meeting with a group of volunteers, attended by
Amman, Police announced it had arrested 3 people, who assaulted
a security serviceman in the northern Jerash governorate, on Friday, according
to the media spokesperson of the Public Security Directorate (PSD).
Four attackers, who were involved in the assault, were …
Jordan on Friday condemned in “in the strongest possible terms” the
terrorist attack that targeted an armored vehicle in North Sinai.
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates
Ayman Safadi denounced the terrorist attack that targeted an armored vehicle