Jordanian press warns stability is a 'red line' after alleged coup attempt

The Jordanian press warned on Sunday against attempts to harm the “security and stability” of the kingdom, the day after a security sweep involving a half-brother of King Abdullah II. A top former royal aide was among several suspects arrested on Saturday as former crown prince Hamzah bin Hussein said in a video sent to the BBC that he had been confined to his home and his communications cut. In a front page editorial on Sunday, official newspaper Al-Rai warned that “yesterday’s security operation is an expression of a red line that must not be crossed or even approached, and which is linked t…

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