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In pictures: Anger in Jordan
Beginning of anti-US rally in Wihdat refugee camp in Amman
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Protesters were given a chance to express contempt for the US as they arrived
Prayer
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It was a legal Islamist-sponsored event centred on noon prayers
Rally
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Fiery anti-US speeches to the 5,000-strong crowd followed
Palestinian  activist burns UK flag
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The crowd chanted "US troops out" as activists burned US, Israeli and then British flags
Protest marchers in Wihdat refugee camp
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After the rally, a section of protesters spilled out hoping to march through the streets of Amman
Jordanian riot police on Madaba road
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But riot police were waiting for them and quickly deployed to stop any protest on the streets
Stone thrower ducks from site then protesters run for cover from tear gas
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Protesters threw missiles at the riot police before retreating back into the camp's narrow alleys
Mechanics shelter during clashes
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The clashes disrupt life for the rest of the camp's residents
Jordanian riot police guard entrance to Wihdat camp
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Riot police maintain a heavy presence at the entrance to the camp after order is restored






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