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UN chief Ban Ki- Moon condemns 'escalating' violence in Pak

All India Radio
Monday, 31 December 2012

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon has said that he was appalled by the escalating terrorist violence in Pakistan after 19 Shiite pilgrims died in a car bomb and 21 kidnapped soldiers were killed. Mr.
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