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Sri Lanka bomber had visa in Australia: PM

SBS Thursday, 25 April 2019
One of the suicide bombers involved in killing more than 350 people in Sri Lanka spent time in Australia on a student visa before leaving in 2013.
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Surveillance footage shows a suspected bomber carrying a heavy backpack and walking into St. Sebastian's Church ahead of the Easter Sunday bombings.

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