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Sri Lanka blasts: Seven weeks after Easter Sunday attacks, Colombo's Shangri-La Hotel to reopen tomorrow

Firstpost Tuesday, 11 June 2019
The Shangri-La Hotel in Sri Lanka's Colombo has said that it will reopen on Wednesday, seven weeks after the five-star property was attacked on Easter Sunday by a suicide bomber.
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News video: Sri Lanka Catholics celebrate mass at restored church after bombings

Sri Lanka Catholics celebrate mass at restored church after bombings 00:39

The congregation celebrated a saint&apos;s feast inside a bombed church in Colombo, resuming worship at St. Anthony&apos;s Shrine after deadly Easter attacks by Islamist militants.

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