Senior Israeli official to travel to Amman to solve crisis

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July 24, 2017 12:45
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A senior Israeli official will be traveling to Jordan's capital, Amman, Monday to try to negotiate an end to the standoff over the embassy guard who shot dead two local men, one of whom stabbed him.

Meanwhile, Jordan has officially issued an order banning the guard from leaving the country before police has a chance to interrogate him about the incident. As an official diplomat, the guard enjoys diplomatic immunity.


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