• Policemen, Assailants Injured in Irbid

    IRBID —AlGhad— A police pursuit of a suspicious vehicle in Irbid, north of Jordan, Friday evening, ended with three of the passengers in the chased car assaulting the officers chasing them, who in turn opened fire at the suspects,...
  • Authorities Arrest Drug Dealers, Traffickers, Money Forgers

    AMMAN —AlGhad— Authorities arrested seven suspects in drug and currency forgery cases over the past few days, across various parts of the Kingdom, a source with the Anti-Narcotics Department (AND) told AlGhad today, Saturday. Two were...
  • Teachers Announce Strike Next Thursday as Escalation against Civil...

    AMMAN —AlGhad— The Teachers Association announced today, Saturday, its plan to launch a partial strike next Thursday, as part of its escalation measures against the Civil Service Bureau’s amendments to the performance standards...
  • Tourism Revenue in 2017 Up to JOD2.2b: Board

    SALT —AlGhad— General Director of the Jordan Tourism Board Dr Abdul Razzaq Arabyat stated today, Saturday, that the sector’s income in 2017 has increased by JOD550 million to JOD2.25 billion. The sector contributes by 12-13 per...
  • Central Bank to Expand Youth Financial Inclusion

    AMMAN —AlGhad— The Central Bank of Jordan (CBJ) has announced its plan to boost its financial inclusion basis among youth, targeting two million Jordanian youths, 18-25 years old, to make use of the banking sector’s various...
  • Jordan’s Supply of 6 Basic Goods Enough for 8 Months

    AMMAN —AlGhad— A Ministry of Industry, Trade and Supply statistic show Jordan has enough supplies of six basic goods and commodities for eight months, based on the average consumption rate. These goods are Lentils, Sugar, Rice, Corn...