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Sri Lanka bombings: the wealthy family behind the suicide attacks

The Age Wednesday, 24 April 2019
Two brothers who lived at the white house on Mahawela Gardens have emerged as key players in suicide attacks on Easter Sunday that killed more than 350 people.
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