UN condemns attack on Ivory Coast prime minister

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June 30, 2007 03:06

 
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The UN Security Council condemned an attack on a plane carrying Ivory Coast's prime minister Friday and urged all sides of the West African country's conflict to respect a nascent peace deal. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon also denounced the attack and reminded Ivorians that the peace agreement "represents a unique opportunity for a peaceful solution to the protracted Ivorian crisis." Prime Minister Guillaume Soro was unharmed in the attack. Three others were killed when the aircraft made a rough landing after coming under heavy gunfire in the country's north.


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