The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan is a Middle Eastern country bordering Syria, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Israel and Palestine. Its capital and largest city is Amman.
Jordan is a constitutional monarchy. Prior to gaining independence in 1946, it belonged to the Ottoman Empire and was later a British protectorate. Jordan is a founding member of the Arab League. It has a population of 9.5 million people, many of whom are Palestinian and Syrian refugees. This page collates all of DW's content on Jordan.
Your secrets may not be as secret as you think if you use WhatsApp. A DW investigation has discovered that private group chats on Whatsapp are often private only in name. For more Keith Walker speaks with the man who broke this story, his colleague Jordan Wildon
Jordan Torunarigha has described those who allegedly racially abused him at a cup match in mid-week as a "few idiots." The host club, Schalke, has apologized for the incident and a police investigation has been launched.
Referee Harm Osmers should have reacted much more strongly to the alleged racist abuse suffered by Hertha Berlin defender Jordan Torunarigha, says Stefan Nestler. His team could also have sent a much bolder message.