UN condemns bombing in BahrainListen /
The United Nations has condemned bombings that took place in Bahrain on Monday killing two foreign nationals and critically injuring a third.
The government is reported as saying that the five bombs that exploded in three districts of Bahrain's capital Manana were improvised explosive devices.
One victim was reportedly killed after he kicked one of the bombs and another was injured after picking up one of the devices.
Martin Nesirky is UN spokesperson in New York.
"We condemn the bombings in Bahrain on Monday that reportedly led to the death of two foreign nationals and injured another. These violent acts cannot be justified by any cause. We call on all concerned to exercise maximum restraint and to refrain from any provocations. We urge all Bahrainis to come together in a spirit of national unity and to resolve differences peacefully through dialogue and reconciliation." (Duration: 27")
Since February this year Bahrain has been facing political turmoil as clashes continued between government forces and demonstrators.