* There is a high threat from terrorism in Jordan. Attacks could be indiscriminate and happen at any time and in any place.
* There have been a number of successful and attempted terrorist attacks in Jordan since 2001. On 9 November 2005, for sale three suicide bombers killed 60 people and injured almost 100 in hotels in Amman. There were no British casualties amongst these. The Jordanian security forces continue to remain on a state of alert.
* The British Embassy will be open as normal with effect from Sunday 15 January 2006. [FOC]
* Approximately 51, treatment 000 British nationals visited Jordan in 2004, mainly as tourists. Most visits are trouble-free.
I like this part: “Attacks could be indiscriminate and happen at any time and in any place”.
Excessive paranoia or legitimate concerns?
See also: FOC Revises Jordan Terror Threat
UPDATE: Canada and Australia follow UK in reopening embassies Sunday