Jordan tightens security after suicide bombings

Bradford, Michael
November 2005
Business Insurance;11/14/2005, Vol. 39 Issue 46, p3
The article reports that the hotels hit in the bombings in Amman, Jordan, are operating under tightened security. Suicide bombers attacked three hotels at around the same time in November 2005--the Grand Hyatt Amman, the Radisson SAS Hotel Amman and a Days Inn. There were about 60 deaths and 100 injuries in the attacks, which have been linked to the terrorist organization Al Qaeda.


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