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Easter attack probe continues despite president's objection

FOXNews.com Wednesday, 12 June 2019
A Sri Lankan lawmaker says a parliamentary committee will continue questioning security and intelligence officials about lapses that preceded Easter Sunday bomb attacks by Islamic extremists, despite objections by the country's president.
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