In December 2016, a shoot-out at a Crusader castle in the southern town of Karak left 14 people dead, including seven members of security forces, four militants and three civilians.
Security forces pulled the bodies of three suspected militants from the wreckage of a building in a central Jordanian city on Sunday following a shoot-out in which at least four security personnel were also killed, the government said.
No group immediately took responsibility.
Security forces in Salt, Jordan, raiding a suspected terrorist hideout on August 11, 2018.
The clash late Saturday was among the deadliest between suspected militants and Jordanian security forces in recent years.More news: Idris Elba's James Bond-like tweet fuels 007 rumours
Jordan plays a prominent role in the US -led coalition against Islamic State, providing military, logistical and intelligence support, according to Western diplomats and regional intelligence sources.
Prime Minister Omar Razzaz portrayed Friday's bombing as a "terrorist attack".
Jordan's General Security Radio reports a police officer has been killed as forces stormed buildings outside the capital Amman in search of suspects behind an explosion that killed a policeman.
Such incidents are rare, but radical Islamists have long targeted Jordan, a tightly policed country that is also a staunch regional ally of the United States and signed a peace treaty with Israel.
The structure partially collapsed after the suspects rigged it with explosives that detonated during the raid, according to Ghunaimat.More news: Sarri off the mark as Chelsea ease past Mooy's Huddersfield
"The building in which the terrorist cell was found is about to fall and will be demolished to prevent a sudden collapse", Ghunaimat added. Several people were injured in the raid, she said.
The kingdom's security forces have cracked down on suspected Islamic militants in recent years, but a series of fatal attacks, including on security installations, have highlighted Jordan's continued vulnerability.
Ghneimat said that the security forces raided the house in Salt after receiving a tip.
"Jordan will always be at the forefront of the fight against terrorism and obscurantist ideas which target the lives of innocents and try to undermine security and stability", he said in remarks carried by Petra.
Intelligence officials and some experts believe widening social disparities and a perception of widespread official corruption is fuelling a rise in radicalisation among disaffected youths in a country with high unemployment and growing poverty.More news: Kimmel’s question on Trump leaves Kanye West stumped