- Jordan launches computerized census, first in 11 years Updated: Nov-30-15 1:57 pm
AMMAN, Jordan - Jordan launched a national census Monday to provide greater clarity about a population that includes large numbers of Syrian refugees and foreign workers.
- Syrian family settling in Lexington amid backlash Updated: Nov-26-15 12:38 pm
LEXINGTON, Kentucky - When Rama Al Najjar was 12 years old, she was bandaging bullet wounds and scrubbing blood from doorways so the blood wouldn't attract Syrian military attention.
- AP Interview: Mere force won't defeat IS, says Jordan prince Updated: Nov-25-15 11:16 am
AMMAN, Jordan - Extremist Islamic ideologies pose a global challenge, but can't be eradicated by military force alone, a brother of Jordan's king said Wednesday.
- FIFA candidate Ali urges football to help fight extremism Updated: Nov-17-15 7:30 am
AMMAN, Jordan - FIFA presidential candidate Prince Ali bin al-Hussein wants football leaders to help him find ideas to fight extremism and terrorism.
- New ideas to tackle Syria refugee crisis: Investing, not aid Updated: Nov-16-15 7:09 am
AMMAN, Jordan - Bold new ideas for helping Syrian refugees and their overburdened Middle Eastern host countries are gaining traction among international donors, shocked into action by this year's migration of hundreds of thousands of desperate Syrians to Europe.
- Jordan: No extremist tie in shooting that killed 2 Americans Updated: Nov-14-15 2:13 pm
AMMAN, Jordan - Jordanian authorities say a police captain who killed five people, including two Americans, in a shooting rampage earlier this week was a troubled man without ties to extremist groups.