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Sri Lanka grapples with mob violence against Muslims following Easter attacks

The News Articles Monday, 13 May 2019
Sri Lanka grapples with mob violence against Muslims following Easter attacksSri Lanka’s govt imposed a national curfew Monday and quickly blocked social media following a flare-up of communal violence in obvious reaction to final month’s Easter assaults that killed greater than 250 other folks, officers stated. Appearing police leader C.D. Wickramaratne stated the violence began with a couple of stores being stoned within the North …
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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...

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