Blasts Hit Three Hotels in Jordan, Kill Scores Bombs rock three hotels in the downtown area of Jordan's capital, Amman. More than 50 deaths have been reported and more than 100 have been wounded after the near-simultaneous blasts at the Grand Hyatt, the Radisson SAS Hotel and the Days Inn.
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Blasts Hit Three Hotels in Jordan, Kill Scores

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Officials suspect all three blasts that rocked Jordan's capital Wednesday night were carried out by suicide bombers. Melody Kokozska, NPR hide caption

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Officials suspect all three blasts that rocked Jordan's capital Wednesday night were carried out by suicide bombers.

Melody Kokozska, NPR

Bombs rock three hotels in the downtown area of Jordan's capital, Amman. Scores of deaths have been reported and more than 100 have been wounded after the near-simultaneous blasts at the Grand Hyatt, the Radisson SAS Hotel and the Days Inn. Freelance reporter Kristen Gillespie has details about the bombings.

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