January 19, 2018
Ibrahim al-Muallem and Fuad Rajeh Amman, Aden, Sanaa (Al-Mushahid)—Hundreds of Yemeni students studying in Jordan on government scholarships are struggling to survive because their stipends have gone unpaid, journalist Ibrahim al-Muallem has found. Almost 600 Yemeni students ...
January 26, 2014
Syria Further Deepens Jordan’s Water Crisis; Disi Water Project Provides Temporary Relief
Only a few hundred meters separate Jordan’s arid terrain in the north from Syria’s lush fields across the border. The kingdom’s more powerful neighbor has, for decades, been exploiting water from the Yarmouk River, building dams ...