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Sri Lanka's President Calls On Top Security Officials To Resign

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Sri Lanka's President Calls On Top Security Officials To Resign

Sri Lanka's President Calls On Top Security Officials To Resign

According to several reports out Wednesday, the president asked the police chief and the defense secretary to step down from their positions.

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