Israel begins examination into embassy incident

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July 28, 2017 22:23

 
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The Foreign Ministry announced that Israel is examining a July 23 incident, in which two Jordanians were shot dead by an Israeli security guard who was stabbed with a screwdriver at the Israeli Embassy compound in Amman, in accordance with its usual legal procedures.

The offices of the state prosecutor and the attorney general have asked that all parties connected to the incident hand over all relevant material.

As part of its diplomatic relations, Israel plans to update Jordan on its examination of the incident and its findings.

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