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UN chief calls for calm after suicide bombing in Tel Aviv

by Mark5019 / January 19, 2006 4:47 AM PST

NITED NATIONS, Jan. 19 (Xinhuanet) -- UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan denounced Thursday's suicide bombing in Tel Aviv, central Israel, and called on Palestinians and Israelis to maintain calm.

"The secretary-general is deeply saddened by the news of today's suicide bombing in Tel Aviv, in which a number of innocent civilians were wounded," UN spokesman Stephanie Dujarric told reporters. "No cause can justify deliberate acts designed to kill or main civilians."

"He calls upon Palestinians and Israelis to do their utmost to maintain calm at this difficult moment," Dujarric said.

"Those who ordered and carried out this attack must not be allowed to undermine democratic process, or to derail efforts to promote peace between the parties," the spokesman added.

A Palestinian bomber blew himself up in a restaurant in Tel Aviv Thursday, leaving more than 20 people wounded. The suicide attack took place six days before Palestinians' parliamentary elections, slated for Jan. 25. Enditem

of course he says this
theres not going to be peace till hamas and there ilk are dead:(

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