Finland: 'No justification' for attack on UN post

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July 26, 2006 12:29

 
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President Tarja Halonen said Wednesday there was no justification for an IDF attack on a UN observer post in Lebanon that killed at least three unarmed military observers, and demanded an explanation. Halonen, whose country holds the European Union presidency, said she wanted "full clarification from Israeli officials," adding that there "was no justification" for Tuesday's attack, her spokeswoman Maria Romantschuk said.

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