terça-feira, 17 de junho de 2014

Iraq: Ban Ki-moon warns of the risk of "sectarian violence" could exceed the boundaries

At the same time that Iraqi Kurdish authorities do their best to assist those fleeing the advance of the guerrillas of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (EIIL), the Secretary-General of the United Nations warned of the "real risk" of "sectarian violence" in Iraq could exceed the borders of the country.

In Geneva, Ban Ki-moon called on political and religious leaders join for retaliatory acts are avoided as the ones that have been reported.

"I insist once again that all the world's leaders put the aspirations of the people before their, or the resentment will become a political instability permeable to extremism," said Ban Ki-moon.

The United States sent 275 military for Iraq, to help protect u.s. citizens and the Embassy in Baghdad.

This decision comes at a time when Washington is considering using unmanned aircraft against EIIL fighters.

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