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Police uses batons to disperse Jordan protest

Hundreds attempt to march in downtown Amman over the weekend, demanding reform of country's regime

Police uses batons to disperse Jordan protest
Jordanian police beat a protester during a demonstration demanding reforms and the resignation of the prime minister, in Amman, on July 15, 2011, as 10 people, mostly journalists, were injured when police tried to stop clashes between pro-reform demonstrators and government supporters. (AFP/Getty Images)
Police uses batons to disperse Jordan protest
Jordanian police beat a protester during a demonstration demanding reforms and the resignation of the prime minister, in Amman, on July 15, 2011, as 10 people, mostly journalists, were injured when police tried to stop clashes between pro-reform demonstrators and government supporters. (AFP/Getty Images)
Police uses batons to disperse Jordan protest
Jordanian police beat a protesters, during a demonstration demanding reforms and the resignation of the prime minister, in Amman, on July 15, 2011, as 10 people, mostly journalists, were injured when police tried to stop clashes between pro-reform demonstrators and government supporters. (AFP/Getty Images)
Police uses batons to disperse Jordan protest
Jordanian police beat a protester during a demonstration demanding reforms and the resignation of the prime minister, in Amman, on July 15, 2011, as 10 people, mostly journalists, were injured when police tried to stop clashes between pro-reform demonstrators and government supporters. (AFP/Getty Images)
Police uses batons to disperse Jordan protest
Jordanian police beat a protester during a demonstration demanding reforms and the resignation of the prime minister, in Amman, on July 15, 2011, as 10 people, mostly journalists, were injured when police tried to stop clashes between pro-reform demonstrators and government supporters. (AFP/Getty Images)
Police uses batons to disperse Jordan protest
Jordanian police beat a protester during a demonstration demanding reforms and the resignation of the prime minister, in Amman, on July 15, 2011, as 10 people, mostly journalists, were injured when police tried to stop clashes between pro-reform demonstrators and government supporters. (AFP/Getty Images)
Police uses batons to disperse Jordan protest
Jordanian police beat a protester during a demonstration demanding reforms and the resignation of the prime minister, in Amman, on July 15, 2011, as 10 people, mostly journalists, were injured when police tried to stop clashes between pro-reform demonstrators and government supporters. (AFP/Getty Images)
Police uses batons to disperse Jordan protest
Jordanian police run after protesters during a demonstration demanding reforms and the resignation of the prime minister, in Amman, on July 15, 2011, as 10 people, mostly journalists, were injured when police tried to stop clashes between pro-reform demonstrators and government supporters. (AFP/Getty Images)