The agency said the Jordanian ambassador in Paris was reassured about the safety of the workers in the military mission."A motorbike exploded in front of the building where the military attache's office is. "It doesn't seem to be an intentional act that targets Jordan." Paris police said an investigation had been opened, but there was nothing to suggest the incident was related to terrorism.
The flames spread to a diplomatic vehicle but a Jordanian embassy spokesman said they did not believe its office had been targeted.Moriarty said the video had been entered into evidence at the trial.Defense lawyer Subhi al-Mawas said he would appeal the court ruling.A military court convicted a Jordanian soldier Monday of killing three U. military trainers at a Jordanian air base and sentenced him to life in prison with hard labor. Marik al-Tuwayha, who had pleaded 'not guilty' claimed he opened fire because he feared the al-Jafr base in southern Jordan was coming under attack on November 4. Marik al-Tuwayha (above center being led out of court) Monday of killing three U. military trainers last year and sentenced him to life in prison with hard labor Charles Lewellen, one of the bereaved fathers, later told The Associated Press that the verdict 'won't take the pain away,' but that it proved 'what we have been saying all along ... Army Green Berets were killed November 4, as their convoy waited at the gate to the base. service members followed all established procedures when accessing the base the day of the incident, as we have noted before,' the U. S.-led military coalition against Islamic State group extremists in neighboring Syria and Iraq. Al-Tuwayha, who had pleaded 'not guilty,' claimed during the trial in the Amman, Jordan court (pictured above behind bars in July) he opened fire because he feared the al-Jafr base in southern Jordan was coming under attack on November 4 The military court judge, Col. Lewellen of Kirksville, Missouri; 30-year-old Staff Sgt. Mc Enroe of Tucson, Arizona; and 27-year-old Staff Sgt. A military court in Amman, Jordan convicted Jordanian 1st Sgt. 'We are reassured to see the perpetrator brought to justice.'Jordan is a member of a U.