Jordan's king Abdullah and prince Hamza make first joint appearance since rift

State media showed the monarch and other members of the royal family laying wreaths at the unknown soldier's memorial

  
Jordan's King Abdullah reviews the honour guard during the opening ceremony of the fourth ordinary session of the 18th Parliament in Amman, Jordan November 10, 2019.

Jordan's King Abdullah reviews the honour guard during the opening ceremony of the fourth ordinary session of the 18th Parliament in Amman, Jordan November 10, 2019.

REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed

AMMAN- Jordan's King Abdullah and former crown prince and half borther Prince Hamza on Sunday made their first joint appearance since a rift shook the country, attending a ceremony marking 100 years of independence.

State media showed the monarch and other members of the royal family laying wreaths at the unknown soldier's memorial.

(Reporting by Suleiman Al-Khalidi Editing by Gareth Jones) ((suleiman.al-khalidi@thomsonreuters.com; +96279-5521407;))

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