(United Nations) – The members of the Security Council condemn in the strongest terms the recent attacks in the Central African Republic, including those committed on 28 May on the church of Notre Dame de Fatima in Bangui in which civilians, including displaced persons and a priest, were killed and others were injured and abducted.  They further condemn in the strongest terms the violence in Bangui earlier this week during which three Muslim youths were killed by suspected anti-Balaka elements on their way to an inter-communal reconciliation football match, as well as the destruction of one of the last mosques in Bangui on 29 May.