Sri Lanka PM believes attacks had Islamic State links
Tuesday, 23 April 2019 Sri Lanka's prime minister said on Tuesday said he believed the Easter day attacks had links to Islamic State, after the militant group claimed responsibility for the bombings in which more than 300 were killed.
According to Reuters, experts on Monday have said that coordinated Easter Sunday bombings at churches and hotels in Sri Lanka had the hallmarks of militant groups Islamic State or al Qaeda. No group has claimed responsibility for the explosions, many of them suicide bombings, which killed 290 people...
One person has been killed and several buildings left damaged in Sri Lanka amid attacks on mosques and Muslim-owned businesses, in the worst unrest since Easter bombings by Islamist militants. Justin..
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