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UN's Secretary-General Deplores Coordinated Terror Attacks in Mumbai

India has been hit by many terrorist acts this year, including deadly explosions in the north-eastern state of Assam last month and earlier attacks in Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Jaipur and Delhi.

Mumbai from the air
Mumbai from the air
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(GENEVA) - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has condemned tonight’s coordinated series of shootings and blasts by terrorists in Mumbai, which have killed or wounded scores of people in India’s commercial capital and largest city.

“Such violence is totally unacceptable,” Mr. Ban said in a statement issued by his spokesperson. “The Secretary-General reiterates his conviction that no cause or grievance can justify indiscriminate attacks against civilians.”

Mr. Ban offered his sympathies to the families of the victims and the wounded and voiced his solidarity with India’s Government and its people. He also called for the perpetrators of tonight’s attacks to be brought to justice.

India has been hit by many terrorist acts this year, including deadly explosions in the north-eastern state of Assam last month and earlier attacks in Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Jaipur and Delhi.




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Tim King November 27, 2008 10:34 am (Pacific time)

Much Truth, that was too long of a post to place as a comment. You can email me and we can discuss getting your feeling into an actual article. Tim

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