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Woman erroneously identified as terrorist in Sri Lanka attacks speaks out

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Woman erroneously identified as terrorist in Sri Lanka attacks speaks out

Woman erroneously identified as terrorist in Sri Lanka attacks speaks out

As Sri Lanka continues to reckon with the fall out of the Easter terror attacks that killed nearly 300 and the potential security lapses that led to such carnage, a Maryland woman is confronting her own challenges related to the mass killing half a world away.

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