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Jordan warns citizens from traveling to Lebanon 'in light of developments'

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The Jordanian Foreign Ministry issued a notice stating that citizens are asked to avoid traveling to Lebanon.

Sunset over Zaituna Bay, Beirut © Mena Today 

The Jordanian Foreign Ministry issued a notice stating that citizens are asked to avoid traveling to Lebanon "in light of the developments in the region, and out of concern for the safety of Jordanian citizens abroad."

The notice also states that Jordanian citizens living or staying in Lebanon are asked to register on the embassy's website.

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