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News number: 9107169584

12:35 | 2013-05-13

Politics

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Lebanese Hezbollah Strongly Condemns Deadly Bombings in Turkey

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Lebanese Hezbollah Movement strongly condemned the deadly car bombings in the Turkish town of Reyhanli, and took international spy agencies responsible for the terrorist act that killed tens of innocent people.



"These terrorist bombings come with a series of similar crimes that are targeting innocent people in more than one Islamic country," Hezbollah said in a statement on Sunday.

Hezbollah said that the bombings had the "fingerprints of international intelligence agencies that aim to create instability, strife and unrest in these countries."

"Hezbollah condemns these bombings and calls on uniting efforts to fight terror to which innocent civilians are falling victim," the statement added, Lebanese Daily Star reported.

Twin car bombs killed more than 40 people and injured over 100 others in the Turkish city of Reyhanli in Hatay province, near the Syrian border.

Turkish Interior Minister Muammer Guler told NTV satellite network that the bombs had gone off near the city hall and post office.