Jordanian travels the world from his basement
25 September 2021 | 8:07 am
73-year-old Mohammad Malhas is fulfilling his dream of flying planes after building a flight simulator in his basement to practice his passion every day.
2 Sep 2017
2 Sep 2017
U.S. President Donald Trump travels to Houston and Lake Charles, Louisiana on Saturday to meet victims of catastrophic storm Harvey, one of the worst natural disasters in U.S. history that is presenting a test of his administration.
28 Dec 2017
Police in Troy, New York are investigating the deaths of four people found dead in their apartment the day after Christmas.
9 Jun 2018
Joy is the co-founder of Westview Travels and Tours Ltd, a travel company domiciled in Lagos, Nigeria. Her company is duly registered with NANTA (The National Association of Nigerian Travel Agencies) and NATOP (Nigerian Association of Tour Operators).-
22 Oct 2018
Using wires and pliers, a young Jordanian designer creates complicated car models at his home in the outskirts of Amman.
13 Nov 2018
Stefan Pichler, chief executive officer of Royal Jordanian Airlines, talks about the company's profit outlook, business strategy, and the prospects for the industry in the region.
29 Apr 2020
In this edition of Middle East Matters, we continue our rolling coverage of the Covid-19 pandemic across the region.
4 Jul 2020
In this interview, Public Affairs Analyst, Fola Daniel, shares his views on lifting of ban on intrerstate travels. #
13 Mar 2021
Ayman Safadi told DW his country was not receiving nearly enough doses from the COVAX initiative to innoculate its population. He made the comments as he met with his German counterpart Heiko Maas in Berlin.
5 Apr 2021
Former Jordanian Crown Prince Hamzah bin Hussein claims to be under house arrest. Jordanian authorities have arrested several people on "security related" grounds.
17 Apr 2021
The former secretary of state will travel to China for climate talks as world powers look for ways to follow their pledges under the 2015 Paris accord. A UN summit takes place in Glasgow, Scotland, later this year.
17 May 2021
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