• Our Daily Bread

    Generally, Jordanians have had bad experiences with cash subsidies, for a variety of good reasons. Firstly, the idea of lining up to collect cash subsidies is degrading, and makes citizens feel manipulated. Secondly, Jordanians are uncomfortable...
  • Wehdat U-15 Team Assailants Arrested, Others at Large

    AMMAN —AlGhad— The Jordanian Football Association (JFA) condemned the assault against the Wehdat U-15 team following yesterday’s versus the Feisali U-15 team, which resulted in a number of injuries among players and team...
  • King Condoles Egyptian President, Jordan Denounces Terror Attack

    AMMAN — His Majesty King Abdullah II, Saturday sent His condolences to the Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Sisi over the death of security personnel, who passed away in Friday's shoot-out with armed terrorists in Giza, claiming the lives of...
  • UK Condemns New Israeli Settlement Expansion Scheme

    LONDON —Britain Saturday condemned Israel's latest plan to build an additional 2,900 homes in Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said the United Kingdom strongly condemns Israel for forwarding plans,...
  • ‘S&P’ Revise Jordan Credit Rating from 'BB-' to ‘B+’

    AMMAN —AlGhad— Standard and Poor Ratings Services (S&P) revised Jordan’s April credit rating from ‘BB-‘ to ‘B+’ according to the S&P report on Jordan, which came out Friday the 21st of October, 2017.
  • Updated Regulations for App-based Transport Out in 2 Weeks

    AMMAN — AlGhad— The Chairman of the Land Transportation Regulatory Commission (LTRC) Salah Louzi told AlGhad today, Saturday, that an updated set of regulations should be announced within the next two weeks. The anticipated amendments...
  • NCHR Questions ‘National Employment’ Outcomes

    AMMAN —AlGhad— The National Centre for Human Rights (NCHR)’s 13th report on the Status of Human Rights in Jordan (2016) highlights possible discrepancies in the Minister of Labour’s national employment report, which...