News24.com | Sri Lanka attacks show Islamic State influence outlives caliphate
Wednesday, 24 April 2019 The devastating bomb attacks in Sri Lanka, claimed by Islamic State jihadists, show that the influence of the group's extremist ideology remains dangerously intact even after the collapse of its so-called caliphate in Iraq and Syria, experts say.
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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