UN chief asks Pakistan to combat terror

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Criticizing the fatally bombing of a Shia mosque in Pakistan, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has asked the nation to increase attempts to safeguard religious minorities and fight terrorism. In a statement published by his spokesman, Ban told he is horrified by such brutal aiming of people on account of their religious association.

He criticized the bombing of the Shia mosque in Pakistan s Sindh province on Friday, which finished off not less than 61 people assembled for prayer. The Secretary-General calls upon the officials to redouble their attempts to shield religious and ethnic minorities in Pakistan and to fight terrorism in all its forms.


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