A car bomb struck a Jordanian military post near the border with Syria on Tuesday, leaving several dead and wounded, in the second attack to target the kingdom’s security forces this month.
The car exploded at 5:30 a.m. in front of a camp for Syrian refugees in the no-man’s land separating Jordan and Syria, the army said on its Facebook page, citing an official it didn’t name. The army destroyed “several vehicles” that were also attacking the area, it said. It didn’t give a breakdown o...
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