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Sri Lankans Return To Bombed Church

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Sri Lankans Return To Bombed Church

Sri Lankans Return To Bombed Church

Hundreds of Sri Lankan Catholics gathered to pray at St.

Anthony's shrine which was attacked in the Easter Sunday bombings, the worst attack since the civil war in the country.

A mass was held for the first time since the church was restored & reopened.

Hundreds of worshippers, survivors and relatives of victims to pay tribute to their loved ones.

More than 250 people were killed in the attacks on April 21.

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