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Jordan shows 'would-be bomber'
Mrs Rishawi said she could not get her bomb to detonate
An Iraqi woman suspected of being a failed suicide bomber from the Amman hotel attacks which killed 57 people has made an apparent confession on TV.
Police say the woman is the wife of one of three Iraqi male suicide bombers who attacked the three hotels, and that she too had wanted to blow herself up.
"My husband wore one [bomb] belt and I another - he told me how to use it," Sajida Mubarak Atrous al-Rishawi said.
What appeared to be a deactivated bomb belt was also shown on Jordanian TV.
The woman, dressed in a traditional black Islamic gown and white headscarf, said she had taken part in the attack on the Radisson SAS hotel, where most of the victims were killed when a blast ripped through a wedding reception.
"We went into the hotel," the woman continued.
Map of the blast locations
"He [my husband] took one corner and I took another. There was a wedding in the hotel. There were women and children.
"My husband executed the attack. I tried to detonate and it failed.
"I left. People started running and I started running with them."
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