UN calls Minsk bomb 'apparent' terrorist attack

UNITED NATIONS, April 13, 2011 (AFP) - The UN Security Council on Wednesday condemned a deadly bombing in the Belarus capital, but called it an "apparent" terrorist attack in a move diplomats said cast doubt on the official version of events. The attack in the Minsk metro on Tuesday killed 12 people and injured 200. President Alexander Lukashenko said three suspects had confessed to the bombing and threatened new action against the Belarus opposition. The United States, with the backing of other western nations, insisted on adding the word "apparent" to the normally routine Security Council statement issued after attacks, diplomats said. "The word 'apparent' is included in this statement for a reason," said one diplomat from the 15-nation council, speaking on condition of anonymity. "There are credible indications in Belarus saying there is a more than even chance that the government was behind this."
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