Govt. urges coordinated efforts to fight terrorism

The North African Kingdom also voiced its full solidarity with Turkey over this inhumane criminal act.

Special forces from the Syria Democratic Forces gather in Haj Hussein village, after taking control of it from Islamic State fighters, in the southern rural area of Manbij, in Aleppo Governorate, Syria May 31, 2016.

``Morocco underlines the need to coordinate efforts internationally and regionally to face the threat of extremist groups seeking to sow discord, chaos and violence across the world,’’ it said.

The country has also reiterated its support for measures taken by the Turkish authorities to ensure security and protect citizens.

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