Sri Lanka Government Begins Paying Compensations For Easter Sunday Terror Victims
Sunday, 12 May 2019 The families of 103 victims killed in the Easter Sunday bombings on April 21 have received Rs 47 million in compensations to date, Sri Lanka’s Secretary of the National Policies, Economic Affairs, Resettlement and Rehabilitation, Northern Province Development and Youth Affairs Ministry, V. Sivagnanasothy said.
One man has died and Muslim-owned shops and houses burned and raided as a wave of anti-Muslim violence spread across Sri Lanka. It’s believed the attacks are in retaliation for the Easter church attacks in April which left over 250 people dead. The government dispersed a mob in the north-west of...
Hundreds of Sri Lankan Catholics gathered to pray at St. Anthony's shrine which was attacked in the Easter Sunday bombings, the worst attack since the civil war in the country. A mass was held for the..
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