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UPDATED: 13:02, July 12, 2006
Bangladesh condemns serial bombings in India
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Bangladesh has strongly condemned the series of bombings in India's Mumbai train station, which have left at least 140 people dead and over 300 wounded.

Bangladeshi Prime Minister Begum Khaleda Zia sent messages to Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh late Tuesday night, in which she expressed her deep condemnation and concern at the bombings.

A spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Bangladesh always stood against terrorist acts in all its forms and manifestations.

The prime minister expressed hopes that the government of India would be able to bring the perpetrators of this violent act to justice.

Source: Xinhua


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