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Islamic State move to neighbouring country Jordan

In four months, the jihadists who call themselves Islamic State has swept through significant chunks of Syria and Iraq, winning themselves what is in effect a state.

But there is growing concern that IS is moving into other neighbouring countries which could now be drawn into the conflict.

The BBC's Quentin Sommerville travelled to Mann in southern Jordan where people took to the streets last June in support of IS.

  • 02 Dec 2014
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