A bystander in Jordan is reported killed in clashes between security forces and anti-government demonstrators.
It is the first death in the small kingdom since the protests began three months ago.
A man told the Reuters news agency his father was beaten up by police and later died in hospital.
Medical sources confirmed a man had been killed; one said more than 130 had been injured.
The numbers are hard to verify.
In the capital Amman witnesses said pro-monarchy demonstrators attacked anti-government protesters.
Reuters says they beat up its cameraman, aided by security forces.
The protests against the Jordanian authorities have been on a much smaller scale than those in other Arab countries.
The protesters’ demands have been less far-reaching, with a coalition of groups calling for a constitutional monarchy.
The government announced the creation of a national dialogue committee after King Abdullah called for accelerated reforms.