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Sri Lanka attacks revenge for NZ killings

SBS Tuesday, 23 April 2019
A Sri Lankan minister says initial investigations indicate Sunday's bombings were intended as retaliation for last month's attack on Muslims in Christchurch.
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At least 290 people were killed and 500 more injured after a series of bombings at churches and hotels across Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday. World leaders have condemned the coordinated attacks, and the Sri Lankan government has taken measures to find out who is behind them.

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