A general view of the city of Jerusalem shows the Dome of the Rock mosque (C) in the early afternoon hours, on December 4, 2017. (AFP / THOMAS COEX)
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Israel will not prosecute a guard from its embassy in Amman who killed two Jordanians in July, as had long been demanded by the kingdom, two Israeli sources said Sunday.Jordanian officials were not immediately available to comment on the diplomatic source's account.Other fine-print elements of the reconciliation deal were designed to limit legal culpability for Israel, the diplomatic source said.Israel would not pay damages to the next of kin directly, but instead provide a $5 million lump sum for the Jordanian government to disburse as compensation, that source said. Jordan signed a peace treaty with Israel in 1994 .
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