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Sri Lankan Catholics hold Sunday mass after Easter attacks

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Sri Lankan Catholics hold Sunday mass after Easter attacks

Sri Lankan Catholics hold Sunday mass after Easter attacks

Thousands of Catholics attended mass in Colombo amid tight security to prevent a repeat of the bomb attacks that killed 258 people on April 21.

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