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Sri Lanka mourns bombings victims as government investigates IS claims

SBS Tuesday, 23 April 2019
The Sri Lankan Prime Minister said it was possible the perpetrators of the Easter Sunday attacks had links to IS, after the group claimed responsibility for the acts.
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Sri Lanka's government said on Sunday it would impose a "temporary" social media ban in the wake of the blasts.

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