A shooting at the Israeli embassy in Amman, Jordan, on Sunday killed two Jordanians and wounded an Israeli, police said.
The Jordanians, employees of a furniture company sent to a residential building at the heavily guarded embassy to do repairs, arrived before the shooting started, authorities said. It is not clear what started the shooting. Thousands of Jordanians protested in Amman on Friday following the installation of metal detectors by Israel at the Temple Mount, a sacred place for both Muslims and Jews in East Jerusalem. The metal detectors were put in following the shooting of two Israeli policemen earlier this month, and sparked protests in Israel that left at least six people dead.
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