The former crown prince of Jordan has said he will defy government orders to stop communicating with the outside world and remain indoors.Prince Hamzah bin Hussein, 41, said he had been placed under house arrest on Saturday in videos given to the BBC. He was accused of plotting with "foreign entities" to destabilise the kingdom. The former heir to the throne denies conspiracy, but he has accused Jordan's leaders of corruption and incompetence.
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