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Sri Lanka bombings: Hotel survivor recalls windows and ceilings falling apart

Sydney Morning Herald Sunday, 21 April 2019
Akshat Saraf and his family were just moments away from being killed or injured in the Sri Lanka bombings, before they made a desperate dash to safety.
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