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Easter bombers all killed or arrested: Sri Lanka police chief

Bangkok Post Tuesday, 7 May 2019
COLOMBO - Sri Lankan security authorities have either killed or arrested all the jihadists responsible for the Easter suicide bombings that left 257 people dead, police chief Chandana Wickramaratne said Tuesday.
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