A man has died after Jordanian security forces used batons and sprayed water to disperse a clash between pro-monarchy and pro-reform demonstrators in Amman.
Amer Khairy Saad told Reuters that his father, Khairy, had died in hospital.
He said police had beaten him as they were trying to disperse the opposing crowds who had gathered near the interior ministry in the capital.
Medics at Prince Hamzeh hospital confirmed his death to AFP news agency, without specifying the cause.
Many people are reported to have been injured in Friday’s clashes.
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