Trial begins for nine Jordanians over Karak castle attack

Nine Jordanians have gone on trial in connection with last year's attack on one of the oldest castles in the Middle East. Gunmen linked to ISIL killed 10 people and injured tourists at Karak castle.

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    Nine Jordanians have gone on trial in connection with last year's attack on one of the oldest castles in the Middle East.

    Gunmen linked to ISIL killed 10 people and injured tourists at Karak castle.

    The Jordanian government was accused of a lapse in security.

     

    Al Jazeera's Imtiaz Tyab reports from Karak, Jordan.


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