PROTEST AT THE INTERIOR MINISTRY- AMMAN

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14 Nov 2012 00:00

On November 14 in the early morning, protestors who were spurred to gather by the rise of fuel prices in Jordan, move to face off against riot police in the Interior Ministry Circle in Amman. Two hours before, demonstrators had attempted to tear down this photo of King Abdullah before they were blocked. Hundreds of police numbered among the thousands of protestors that called for freedom, democracy, and even chanted for the fall of the regime.

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Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
13 Nov 2012

On November 14 in the early morning, protestors who were spurred to gather by the rise of fuel prices in Jordan, stood in front of riot police in the Interior Ministry Circle in Amman. Hundreds of police numbered among the thousands of protestors that called for freedom, democracy, and even chanted for the fall of the regime.

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Protest at Interior Ministry Circle i...
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
13 Nov 2012

On November 14 in the early morning, protestors who were spurred to gather by the rise of fuel prices in Jordan, move to face off against riot police in the Interior Ministry Circle in Amman. Two hours before, demonstrators had attempted to tear down this photo of King Abdullah before they were blocked. Hundreds of police numbered among the thousands of protestors that called for freedom, democracy, and even chanted for the fall of the regime.

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Protest at Interior Ministry Circle i...
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
14 Nov 2012

On November 14 in the early morning, thousands of protestors gathered to protest the rise of fuel prices in Jordan at the Interior Ministry Circle in Amman. People pulled down tree branches to start fires in the surrounding area outside the circle to ward off the cold.

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Protest at Interior Ministry Circle i...
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
14 Nov 2012

On November 14 in the early morning, thousands of protestors, including some families, gathered at Interior Ministry Circle in Amman to protest the rise in fuel prices. Dozens of fires were started to ward off the cold, and despite the unrest, there was a festive air at the demonstration.

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Protest at Interior Ministry Circle i...
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
14 Nov 2012

On November 14 in the early morning, thousands of protestors, including some families, gathered at Interior Ministry Circle in Amman, Jordan to protest the rise in fuel prices. Dozens of fires were started to ward off the cold, and despite the unrest, there was a festive air at the demonstration. These men were singing and dancing as the protestors chanted nearby.

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Protest at Interior Ministry Circle i...
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
14 Nov 2012

A pro-government demonstrator holds Jordan's flag in front of a photo of King Abdullah II in the Interior Ministry Circle in Amman on November 14 in the early morning. Hours before, protestors tried to tear down this photo before being blocked by riot police. Hundreds of police numbered among the thousands of protestors that called for freedom, democracy, and even chanted for the fall of the regime.

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Protest at Interior Ministry Circle i...
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
14 Nov 2012

On November 14 in the early morning, protestors who were spurred to gather by the rise of fuel prices in Jordan, stood in front of riot police in the Interior Ministry Circle in Amman. Hundreds of police numbered among the thousands of protestors that called for freedom, democracy, and even chanted for the fall of the regime as they waved flags, signs and burned paper bags.

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Protest at Interior Ministry Circle i...
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
14 Nov 2012

On November 14 in the early morning, protestors gathered at the Interior Ministry Circle in Amman, Jordan, spurred by the rise of fuel prices country-wide. Hundreds of riot police surrounded the demonstrators, even from bridges above, who called for, among other things, the fall of the regime.

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Protest at Interior Ministry Circle i...
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
14 Nov 2012

Riot police stand ready on November 14 around 5 a.m. at the Interior Ministry Circle in Amman, Jordan. The greatly-reduced crowd from the earlier 2,000-strong protest decrying rises in fuel prices across the country, was dispersed by the police minutes later with a water cannon, and fleeing demonstrators were chased down and arrested.