Prince Hamzah waves, wearing a military uniform walks with his bride, Prince Noor, wearing a white wedding dress and they both smile.

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A rare but tense rift within Jordan’s royal family is playing out in public. But for one Jordanian who spoke to The World, it's the economy that should be the focus.

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Jordan's Prince Hamzah and his wife, Princess Noor, arrive at Zahran Palace, where they celebrate their wedding ceremony in Amman, Jordan, May 27, 2004. Prince Hamzah, the half-brother of Jordan's King Abdullah II, said he has been placed under house arrest in a recorded statement late April 3. 

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