Riot police clash with protesters near the Israeli embassy in Amman March 14, 2014. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
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Jordan's prime minister escaped a no-confidence vote by parliament Tuesday that was motivated by his government's allegedly weak response to the killing of a Jordanian judge by Israeli soldiers.Incensed by the shooting death of judge Raed Zeiter at a border crossing last week, MPs had demanded the government expel the Israeli ambassador and release Jordanian soldier Ahmad Dakamseh, who shot dead seven Israeli schoolgirls in the 1990s.They have also demanded the government recall the Jordanian ambassador to Israel.Nsur has held Israel "completely responsible" for Zeiter's death and demanded an apology for the "hideous" killing.
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