A priest taken hostage in a church in Normandy, northern France, was killed with a blade, a police source told Reuters.
Jordan is working to secure $144.1 million in European financing to improve sanitation and access to water in Irbid.
Unemployment in Jordan stood at 14.7% during the second quarter of 2016, a rise of 2.8 points compared to the same period in 2015
Egyptian government signed $40 million loan with OPEC Fund for Development (OFID) to finance small, micro-sized businesses.
The Cabinet called for concerted global efforts to fight the plague of terrorism, which is categorically rejected by all religions and international norms.
Egypt cancelled its 18-month and three-year bond auctions on Monday and yields on its seven-year bond rose.
Morocco's young financial zone has the potential to be a hub for Africa
The sultanate's return to international bond market helps cover budget shortfall
The IMF Executive Board sees a gradual adjustment effort in the UAE to be appropriate in order to minimise the negative impact on growth.