Ban Ki - moon condemns bombings in Baghdad and Muqdadiyah government and calling for theprosecution of terrorists

Dan Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon, the recent terrorist bombings in Baghdad and spend Miqdadiya, northeast of Diyala province claimed the lives of dozens of martyrs and wounded.
A spokesman for the Secretary-General, according to a statement of the mission the UN in Iraq [UNAMI] received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that Ki-moon "condemns the brutal terrorist attacks that have occurred recently in Baghdad and Muqdadiyah, which claimed the lives of dozens of civilians and wounded more than that, and he expresses his heartfelt condolences to the families of the victims as well as to the Government and people of Iraq and wishes a speedy recovery for the injured. "
He Ki-moon, according to his spokesman, expressed "concern of these cowardly attacks carried out by the organization [Daash, in an obituary, markets, places of worship which is aimed at undermining the unity of the Iraqi people," appealing "to reject such attempts at fear-mongering."
He called on the Secretary-General of the United Nations, "the Iraqi government to bring the perpetrators of these crimes are brought to justice quickly," again, "the UN's commitment to support Iraq in its work to promote national dialogue and reconciliation."
A suicide bomber wearing an explosive belt blew himself up Tuesday evening inside the funeral of one of the martyrs of the popular crowd spend Muqdadiyah east of Baquba, Diyala province, killing at least 30 people, more than 45 and wounding others.
The attack comes a day after the double bombing claimed by Daash in a popular market in eastern Baghdad's Sadr City last Sunday and resulted in the death and wounding more than 200 people.