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Sri Lanka bombings: Islamist group blamed but focus also on failure of security forces

WorldNews Monday, 22 April 2019
Sri Lanka bombings: Islamist group blamed but focus also on failure of security forcesSri Lankan officials have blamed a small local group called National Thowheeth Jama’ath for the bomb attacks on Sunday. It is unclear whether this assertion is based on new information discovered by investigators since the atrocity or a notice circulated by Sri Lankan police 10 days before the blasts, which said the group was planning suicide attacks against churches. There is a similarly named Islamist organisation active on the island nation – the Sri Lanka Thowheeth Jama’ath. It is unclear if this group is the one referred to by the warning, which...
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