Kerry condemns bus attack, says Israelis won’t be intimidated
US secretary says administration hasn’t given up on two-state solution; UN envoy slams ‘heinous act’; Clinton urges Palestinians to denounce Jerusalem bombing
US Secretary of State John Kerry, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, and the United Nation’s special Mideast envoy on Monday night condemned the Jerusalem bus bombing in which 21 Israelis were injured.
Two people were seriously injured, including one in critical condition, and six were moderately injured in the explosion on Monday afternoon, police and paramedics said. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the blast by any terrorist groups or individuals.