Protest in Jordan
Updated at 12:43 pm on 16 July 2011
Police and government supporters in Jordan have attacked pro-democracy demonstrators, attempting to gather in the capital, Amman.
At least 15 people were injured.
The BBC reports the prime minister had refused to authorise a sit-in in the main square.
The demonstrators carried carried banners reading ''We need political, economic and social reforms for future generations''.
Since January, protestors have been demanding political and economic reforms and an end to corruption.
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