Annan deplores 'vicious' acts of terrorism
Annan deplores 'vicious' acts of terrorism in Pakistan and Russia
United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan today strongly deplored the terrorist attacks over the weekend in Pakistan and Russia, calling them vicious and without any possible justification.
"The Secretary-General strongly deplores the loss of so many innocent lives and reiterates his strongest condemnation of such vicious acts of terrorism for which there can be no justification," a UN spokesman said in a statement in New York.
More than 50 people were killed in an attack a Shi'ite mosque in Quetta and 13 during an assault at a concert in Moscow.