Ashton 'condemns unreservedly' terror attacks in South

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August 19, 2011 10:11

 
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EU foreign affairs chief Catherine Ashton on Thursday condemned "unreservedly" the three-staged terror attack which killed seven Israelis in the South.

"I have learned with deep concern of the series of terrorist attacks that has taken place in Southern Israel today, including against civilian targets, and in which several Israelis are reported to have lost their lives and many more to have been injured. I condemn unreservedly all such acts of terror, extend my condolences to the families of those who lost their lives in these attacks and express my wishes for a full and speedy recovery to the injured," Ashton said in a statement.

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