Impact of Syria crisis felt in Jordan
As Western powers consider action against the Syrian government over alleged chemical weapons use, countries bordering Syria are watching closely.
In Jordan, residents living near the border are nervous about the impact any attack might have on them.
The crisis next door is already affecting the country - half a million refugees have already fled there.
Our Chief International Correspondent Lyse Doucet has been up to the border town of Ramtha to test the mood.
- From the section Middle East