British FM Hague denounces bombing on Tel Aviv bus

By JOHNNY PAUL
November 21, 2012 13:35

 
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British Foreign Minister William Hague on Wednesday denounced the bombing of a bus in Tel Aviv, saying "if this was a terrorist attack we condemn it unreservedly. We are clear that terrorists must not be allowed to set the agenda"

He said that "this shocking violence further underlines the urgent need for an immediate de-escalation of violence and a full ceasefire. We urge all those involved to do everything they can to give maximum support to Egyptian-led efforts to allow them to succeed.”

"At this time our thoughts are with the individuals and families affected," Hague concluded.

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