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Sri Lanka imposes curfew amid anti-Muslim violence

BBC News Monday, 13 May 2019
Sri Lanka imposes curfew amid anti-Muslim violenceMosques and Muslim-owned shops have been targeted in several towns since the deadly Easter bombings.
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Government minister says 'Buddhist extremists' are behind the anti-Muslim attacks this week, following the Easter Sunday attacks.

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