- Jordan renews support for Iraq at coalition meeting
- Army chief outlines new recruitment programme
- House to debate political parties law as extraordinary session begins Wednesday
- Prince Ali: Blatter’s FIFA resignation the ‘right move’
- ‘Satellite TV channels to remain dominant in Arab world despite spread of Internet streaming’
Al Rai, Jordan's leading Arabic daily, on Tuesday celebrated its 44th anniversary with senior editors pledging to stand by the interests of the country and the public.More...
Steady advances by insurgents on key fronts in Syria mean President Bashar Assad is under more military pressure than at any point in the four-year-old war.More...
Divers pulled three people alive from inside an overturned cruise ship and searched for other survivors Tuesday, state media said, giving some small hope amid an apparently massive tragedy with well over 400 people still missing on the Yangtze River.More...
India's central bank on Tuesday cut interest rates for the third time this year and played down recent strong growth in Asia's third-largest economy, saying investment and demand remained weak.More...
New Zealand maintained its two-year unbeaten run in Test series on Tuesday, dismissing England for 255 on the fifth day to win the second Test by 199 runs at Headingley and draw the series 1-1.More...
TAICHUNG, Taiwan — As the United States pushes to get more young people to go to college, this island nation faces the opposite problem: too many college graduates.More...
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