Denmark joins nations condemning suicide attack

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April 18, 2006 17:31

 
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Denmark on Tuesday joined the nations that have condemned Monday's suicide bombing that killed nine people at the old central bus station in Tel Aviv. Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen said that the Hamas-led Palestinian Authority's attempts to "justify" killing innocent people were "unacceptable," Israel Radio reported. Rasmussen said that Hamas would isolate itself entirely from the international community if it did not put a stop to terrorism.

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