Study Abroad Program Relocates to Jordan
A new summer study abroad option in Amman, Jordan, will replace the Office of International Programs' offerings in Cairo and Alexandria, Egypt, that were cancelled because of turmoil in the region last year.
Collected Department Releases: Remarks at the Associates of the...
I want to thank the Associates of the American Foreign Service Worldwide for their many decades of support and advocacy for Foreign Service employees and their families both at home and abroad.
A Moment of a Zionist Dreamer
Israel is a unique place, and although surrounded by many dangers that challenge it every day, it continues to survive against all odds.
Jordan's PM says not to close border to Syrian refugees
Jordan's Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour said Thursday that the Kingdom does not block the entry of Syrians that seek humanitarian shelter, the state-run Petra news agency reported.
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Evason Ma'In Hot Springs installed a live streaming camera showing the magnificent waterfalls
Evason Ma'In Hot Springs, Jordan's eco-friendly luxurious touristic destination, has been recently selected by Jordan Tourism Board to be one of six locations in the Kingdom, having installed camera to broadcast a live streaming show for the hot springs, and to be available online for all tourists worldwide.
Samer Khair has joined Salalah Marriott Resort as General Manager
Samer started his hotel career in 1991 with the InterContinental Hotel Group in Geneva, Switzerland and Amman, Jordan.
Kerry confident date for Syria talks will be set within days
US Secretary of State John Kerry said on Thursday he was confident a date could be set within days for long-delayed international peace talks aimed at finding a political solution to Syria's civil war.