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Ban Ki Moon urges to cease hostilities in crash area of Malaysian "Boeing"

30 July 2014 - 8:44pm

 

Ban Ki Moon urges to cease hostilities in crash area of Malaysian "Boeing" 
The UN Secretary, General Ban Ki-moon has urged Kiev authorities and militias to cease hostilities in the area of the crash of the Malaysian Boeing in eastern Ukraine. 
"International experts should be able to do their job," Ban Ki Moon said. 

The UN Secretary, General Ban Ki-moon has urged Kiev authorities and militias to cease hostilities in the area of the crash of the Malaysian Boeing in eastern Ukraine. 
"International experts should be able to do their job," Ban Ki Moon said. 

 

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