File photo of Jordanian King Abdullah II. (AP Photo/Yousef Allan, Jordanian Royal Palace)
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"Outlaws" threw petrol bombs at government buildings in the restive southern city of Maan Friday, where unrest this week has killed one man and wounded five policemen, a security source said.The violence first erupted Sunday night when gunmen opened fire at police guarding a courthouse in Maan, seriously wounding one of them.The following day, angry residents blocked roads while others torched three banks and a tax office, and gunmen fired on police and other government buildings, witnesses said.
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