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Zaatari Refugee Camp Turns 3
The camp has become one of the largest cities in Jordan.
Torn Limb From Limb, Syrian Refugees in Jordan Rebuild From the Scars of War
Jordan’s health care system is struggling to provide for Syrian refugees.
Photos: Injured Syrians Try to Rebuild Broken Lives and Bodies in Jordan
Refugees displaced by Syria's ongoing civil war are trying to build new lives in Jordan.
Jordan's Press Fights Back Against Censorship—Online
7iber, a leading online magazine, is highlighting challenges to press freedom in Jordan.
Syrian Refugees Stranded as Jordan Tightens Border
Jordan has taken in more than 600,000 Syrian refugees, but the country is restricting its border crossings.
Russia Signs Deal to Build $10bn Nuclear Plant in Jordan
Observers have warned that the move could jeopardize Jordan’s relationship with the West.
Jordanian City Changes Municipal Uniform Color Away From ISIS Orange
The brother of slain Jordanian pilot Muadh al-Kasasbeh launched the campaign.
Palestinian Peace Deal Essential for Defeating ISIS, says Jordan’s King Abdullah
The Jordanian leader addressed European parliament about the root of Islamic extremism in region.
Israel and Jordan Sign ‘Historic’ $900 Million Deal to Save the Dead Sea
The newly agreed project will also supply Israel and Palestine with water.
U.S. To Resupply Jordan With Munitions For Campaign Against ISIS: Officials
Jordan's King Abdullah appealed to American lawmakers last week for greater U.S. support.
Fighting ISIS: Four Takeaways After the Death of the Jordanian Pilot
The killing was intended to frighten off neighboring leaders—but may have hardened their resolve.
Jordan Executes Two Militants In Response to Pilot's Murder
Jordan has executed Iraqi militant Sajida al-Rishawi and a senior al Qaeda prisoner in retaliation for the murder of captured Jordanian pilot, a security source said Wednesday.
Japan and Jordan 'Agree Prisoner-Swap' With ISIS
Jordan have offered to release an Iraqi woman involved in a bombing which killed 60 people.
The Jordanian Pilot Added to ISIS Hostage Talks
Mediators have been attempting to negotiate Muadh al-Kasasbeh’s release for several weeks.
Will Jordan Agree to ISIS Hostage Exchange?
In a new video, ISIS claims Jordan is standing in the way of a swap for a Jordanian pilot.
Most of Jordan's Syrian Refugees in Living Poverty: UN
Winter storms are making life worse for the country’s 620,000 registered refugees.
ISIS Use Video of Captured Pilot to Force Jordan to Halt Airstrikes
Jordanian MP admits pro-ISIS activists in the country have grown "stronger" since the pilot's capture
France Mulls Military Deployment in Jordan for Islamic State Fight
France is to decide whether it will aid Jordan in its fight against ISIS by sending fighter jets to the country
Thousands of Syrian Refugees Are Desperate to Escape the Camps That Gave Them Shelter
Life has become so intolerable for Syrians living in Jordanian refugee camps that many are desperate to return to their war-torn country of origin
Radical Cleric Abu Qatada Walks Free After Jordan Terror Plot Acquittal
Qatada was cleared of conspiring in a plot to attack tourists, after being extradited from Britain following a lengthy legal battle
Is Jordan at Risk as Neighbors Syria and Iraq Burn?
The same militant group attacking Iraq wants a Sharia-based Caliphate with pieces of Jordan
Jordan Finds Itself Stuck in the Middle Again
A U.N. Security Council gives Jordan a boost. But at what price?