Policeman killed in Monday's Bahrain blast was Jordanian officer

By REUTERS
December 9, 2014 14:03

 
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MANAMA - Bahrain's Interior Ministry said on Tuesday that a policeman killed in an explosion southwest of the capital Manama on Monday was a Jordanian officer in the country under a security exchange program.

Corporal Ali Mohammed Ali was killed by a remote-controlled bomb while on duty in the village of Damistan, Bahrain's General Security chief said on the ministry's website, describing the attack as a "terrorist act."

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