Jordan’s king on Thursday called for Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to ensure a security guard who killed two Jordanians at the Israeli embassy in Amman at the weekend face trial.
Abdullah II urged Netanyahu to “take responsibility and take legal steps including the trial of the killer,” a royal court statement reported him as saying.
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