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Man attacks foreign tourists in Jordan

The fu**** bloody mentality of killing others has a presence again in our lovely country


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

AMMAN, Jordan -- A gunman attacked a group of foreign tourists near the Roman Amphitheater in the Jordanian capital on Monday, wounding five people before he was arrested, officials said.

Four tourists and one policeman were injured in the attack that took place as they visited the popular attraction in Amman's bustling downtown district, government spokesman Nasser Judeh said.

He said the nationalities of the tourists were not immediately known.

No other details were immediately available





Via nwsource.com

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