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Sri Lankan officials lower bombings death toll to 253; cite difficulty identifying victims

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Sri Lankan officials lower bombings death toll to 253; cite difficulty identifying victimsCOLOMBO, Sri Lanka  — Sri Lanka on Thursday decreased the loss of life toll from the Easter suicide bombings by means of just about one-third, to 253, as government hunted urgently for a least 5 extra suspects and braced for the potential of extra assaults within the coming days. READ MORE: Father of suspected Sri …
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