Tourists shot in Amman attack

Six people injured in Jordanian capital before attacker turns gun on himself.

    "The police investigation is still under way, but preliminary information points to the fact that this is an isolated incident," he said.

    In September 2006, a man shot at a group of Western tourists outside the same amphitheatre, killing a British man and wounding six other people.

    The previous year suicide bombings at three hotels in Amman killed at least 63 people.

    SOURCE: Agencies


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