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Sri Lankan officials received memo 10 days before bombings referencing Christchurch mosque shootings

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 24 April 2019 ()
Sri Lankan officials received memo 10 days before bombings referencing Christchurch mosque shootingsTen days before the terrorist attacks on Sri Lanka, a memo identifying radical hate speech against non-Muslims following the Christchurch mosque shootings was handed to local security services.A top Sri Lankan police official warned...
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News video: Sri Lankan Bombings Believed To Be Revenge For New Zealand Mosque Killings

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According to Reuters, a Sri Lankan official has issued a statement saying the devastating Easter bombings in Sri Lanka were retaliation for attacks on mosques in New Zealand. The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the series of coordinated bombings that killed 321 people and injured...

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