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Sri Lanka bomb blasts: 160, including 35 foreigners killed in multiple explosions in churches and hotels; St Anthony's Shrine reports highest casualty

Firstpost Sunday, 21 April 2019
Shortly after those blasts in the churches of Sri Lanka were reported, police confirmed three hotels in the capital had also been hit, along with a church in the town of Batticalao, in the east of the country.
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Hundreds of people injured in bomb attacks in Sri Lanka, with targets including Easter Sunday church services.

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