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Sri Lanka blasts LIVE updates: National Tawheed Jamath responsible for Easter Sunday attacks, confirms Sirisena govt, all bombers were Sri Lankan nationals

Firstpost Monday, 22 April 2019
Sri Lanka blasts LIVE updates: Health Minister and the government spokesman, Rajitha Senaratne, also said that all suicide bombers involved in the blasts are believed to be Sri Lankan nationals.
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News video: Terror Attacks In Sri Lanka Echo Country's Bloody Civil War

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The Easter Sunday attacks in Sri Lanka were the worst violence the country has suffered since its civil war ended in 2009.

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