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Social media blocked in Sri Lanka after unrest

Mid-Day Monday, 13 May 2019
*Colombo:* The Sri Lankan government Monday blocked social media following rising tensions between the minority Muslims and majority Sinhalese in the wake of the Easter Sunday bombings which killed nearly 260 people. The blockade comes a day after Sri Lankan police imposed curfew in the country's western coastal town of Chilaw...
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