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UNSC condemns Syria blasts


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United Nations: The UN Security Council has strongly condemned the suicide car blasts in Syria that killed 44 people but did not offer condolences to the government of the country in a departure from usual practice, amid deep divisions in the body over a resolution on the crisis there.

In a statement, the 15-member Council, including India, last night expressed “deep sympathy and sincere condolences to the victims of these heinous acts and to their families, and to the people of Syria.”

Syria is already facing a crisis in the wake of the 9-month uprising against President Bashar Assad’s rule. (PTI)


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