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NEW YORK, Feb 21 — UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon condemned in the strongest terms the multiple bomb attacks in the eastern Libyan city of Qubbah, which reportedly left dozens dead.
In a statement released by his press office, Ban expressed his deepest condolences to the families of the victims of these deplorable acts and to the Libyan people.
These terrorist acts, he said, are an additional reminder that a political solution to the current crisis must be found quickly to restore peace and stability in the country and confront terrorism.
At least 31 people, including five Egyptians, have been killed and over 40 others injured in multiple bomb explosion in the east Libyan town of Al-Qubbah earlier Friday.