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Protests in Amman, Jordan

Jordanian teachers went on strike Wednesday, hours after the government increased fuel prices in a bid to qualify for much-needed international aid.
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Riot police ran towards protesters who tried to gather on Interior Ministry Circle in Amman on Wednesday after subsidies in Jordan were cut. (Y. Weeks for VOA)
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Riot police ran towards protesters who tried to gather on Interior Ministry Circle in Amman on Wednesday after subsidies in Jordan were cut. (Y. Weeks for VOA)

Riot police ran towards protesters who tried to gather on Interior Ministry Circle in Amman on Wednesday after subsidies in Jordan were cut. (Y. Weeks for VOA)
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Riot police ran towards protesters who tried to gather on Interior Ministry Circle in Amman on Wednesday after subsidies in Jordan were cut. (Y. Weeks for VOA)

Protesters held up signs on the edge of Interior Ministry Circle in Amman. (Y. Weeks for VOA)
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Protesters held up signs on the edge of Interior Ministry Circle in Amman. (Y. Weeks for VOA)

Riot police pushed back protesters angry about subsidy cuts. (Y. Weeks for VOA)
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Riot police pushed back protesters angry about subsidy cuts. (Y. Weeks for VOA)

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