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Sri Lanka bombings: World leaders offer condolences and support after Easter Sunday blasts kill more than 200

Independent Sunday, 21 April 2019
Theresa May, Jacinda Ardern and other world leaders condemn 'appalling' attacks
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Sri Lanka faces a tragedy this Easter Sunday with eight bombs killing at least 207 people. According to Business Insider, churches and luxury hotels were targeted in the attack. The press reported that seven people have been arrested in connection to the attacks. World leaders all over have spoken...

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