German FM Fischer condemns Amman bombings

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10 November 2005, BERLIN - German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer condemned Thursday the bomb attacks in Amman, saying, "The calculation of terrorists that fear and horror will replace peaceful cohabitation and humanity will not prove right."

10 November 2005

BERLIN - German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer condemned Thursday the bomb attacks in Amman, saying, "The calculation of terrorists that fear and horror will replace peaceful cohabitation and humanity will not prove right."

He said the plot had to be uncovered and those responsible discovered and brought to justice. Fischer added that the Jordanian government could count on Germany's solidarity.

"We will never waver in our joint resolve to fight against terrorism," he said in the statement from Berlin.

German Foreign Office officials said there was no indication that any German nationals were among the estimated 60 killed on Wednesday, but four German tourists had suffered minor wounds during the attacks, with one needing outpatient treatment.

DPA

Subject: German news

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