A gunman has opened fire on foreigners at one of Jordan's top tourist attractions, the Roman amphitheatre in Amman, killing a Briton and injuring five other tourists.
Anti-terrorism police rushed to the scene of the shooting, suspected of being the latest in a series of attacks by Islamists in Jordan.
The gunman was captured after running out of ammunition and fleeing the scene, eyewitnesses said.
The amphitheatre, which holds 6,000 people, is one of the few remnants of the Roman city of Philadelphia and a popular stop on the tourist trail.
Police scenes-of-crimes teams scoured the area to identify evidence.
Five injured tourists, including two Britons, one from the Netherlands, an Australian and a New Zealander, were rushed to hospital in Amman.
The incident is a fresh blow to the important tourism sector in Jordan, which is already suffering because of conflict in neighbouring Middle Eastern countries.