Sri Lanka attacks: Bombed church reopens
A panel of politicians investigating the atrocities have heard how repeated warnings were received - including one minute before the explosions.
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Threatened koalas 'saved by drinking stations'
Koala bears could be saved from extinction by installing drinking fountains in the Aussie outback, according to new research.Experts are calling for urgent action to conserve the iconic Australian..
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Australia's home minister visits bombed Sri Lankan Church
Australian Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has visited one of the churches bombed in the Easter Sunday attack and offered flowers to the victims of the deadly attack. Rough cut - no reporter..
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Sri Lanka Catholics mark one month since bombings
eeping Sri Lankan Catholics lit candles and prayed in a memorial service outside a bombed church on Tuesday, one month after Easter bombings by Islamist militants killed more than 250 people. Havovi..
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Sri Lanka: Curfew lifted amid religious tension
Government minister says 'Buddhist extremists' are behind the anti-Muslim attacks this week, following the Easter Sunday attacks.
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Toward Post Terror Stability In Sri Lanka – OpEdBy Asanga Abeyagoonasekera
A few weeks ago, a security expert who has studied the so-called Islamic State (IS) rightly said to this author, that “Your...
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Finch and Starc shine as Australia outclass Sri LankaLONDON (Reuters) - Captain Aaron Finch's brilliant 153 and ruthless pace bowling by Mitchell Starc led Australia to an emphatic 87-run victory over Sri Lanka in...