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Sri Lanka police arrest two people in school re-opening conflict

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Sri Lanka police arrest two people in school re-opening conflict

Sri Lanka police arrest two people in school re-opening conflict

According to Reuters.com, &quot;Sri Lanka police arrested two men after a personal feud led to clashes between two sectarian groups in a beachside resort north of the capital, the site of one of the deadliest Easter Sunday suicide bombings, as schools reopened to near-empty classes.&quot; Sujeeva Dissanayake, whose son goes to the state-run Asoka College in Colombo, said, “I have decided not to send my son to school until the country returns to normal.&quot;

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