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Sri Lanka cardinal says government hiding truth over Easter attacks

Zee News Thursday, 20 June 2019
Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith spoke of his frustrations just hours before he was due to meet Pope Francis and show the pontiff a video with graphic images of the April 21 attacks on three churches.
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