Amid Syrian refugee influx, Jordan is facing a conundrum over how to support its own impoverished residents.
Beloved Syrian ice cream, shawerma and sweets shops have sprung up across Jordan to the delight of locals.
The sport is increasingly being used as a distraction from the strains of life for young refugees.
The group indigenous to Russia’s Caucasus regions demands recognition for ethnic cleansing carried out 150 years ago.
Enforcing a ban on argileh, or shisha, re-ignites the smoking debate in Amman’s cafe culture.
A medical-humanitarian team struggles to provide care to Jordan’s widespread Syrian refugee communities.
China has reciprocated Jordan’s interest, seeing it as a stable gateway into Middle Eastern markets.
Thousands fleeing war in Syria have compounded shortages.
Tobacco companies blame smuggling for falling cigarette prices, but health groups say these claims are puffed up.
A recent study found that Latino and black parents are much more likely to choose bottled water over tap water.