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Sri Lanka: Majority Of Zaharan Group Members Responsible For Easter Attacks Arrested

Eurasia Review Friday, 17 May 2019
A majority of the Zaharan group linked to the Easter Sunday terror attacks have been arrested by the Security Forces and Police and the rest will be apprehended soon, Sri Lanka Minister Ruwan Wijewardene said.

On April 24, 2019, three Catholic churches and three high-end hotels in Colombo were blown up leading to the death of...
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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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