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Sri Lanka: At least 20 killed, 280 injured in Easter Sunday explosions

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Sri Lanka: At least 20 killed, 280 injured in Easter Sunday explosionsTwo Sri Lankan churches and two hotels were hit by explosions on Easter Sunday, wounding several people, police sources said.
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At least seven Britons are among more than 200 people killed in a series of bombings which ripped through churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka.

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