UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon condemns Hyderabad attack
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UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has joined the international community in condemning the terrorist attack in Hyderabad that killed more than a dozen people and injuring scores of others.
"The Secretary-General strongly condemns the indiscriminate attacks against civilians which occurred in the Indian city of Hyderabad," said a statement issued by the office of the UN Secretary General yesterday.
"He extends his heartfelt condolences to the families of the victims and to the Government and people of India," the statement said.
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