After the shooting earlier this month, Jordan state media reported that the three U.S. Army sergeants killed had sparked a firefight by disobeying orders from Jordanians.
Wearing protective snorkels, swimmers from around the world made their way from Jordan to Israel, across one of the earth's saltiest bodies of water.
A gunman opened fire and killed three American military trainers outside an airbase in Jordan at the beginning of the month.
Jordanian security forces shot at their car when they failed to stop at an air base gate.
It is clear that tectonic changes are taking place in some Arab states’ attitude toward Israel.
Jordan is an ultra-conservative society where female participation in the work force lies far below the regional average. But thanks to a new initiative, women are shattering gender stereotypes - and helping the economy at the same time.
Defying stereotypes, soldiers of both genders stand guard on Israel's borders with Egypt and Jordan.
A month-long biennale taking place at various locations in Ramallah and across the Middle East aims to bring art closer to the public and put Palestine on the world art map.
The president would probably be aghast if he were told that ‘the United States cannot permanently occupy Mexican land.’ Can 'occupation' lead to peaceful accommodation?
Protest leaders are calling on the Jordanian public to turn off the lights in their homes for an hour in objection to an agreement to import gas from what they call 'occupied territory.'