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Islamic State Claims Responsibility For Sri Lanka Bombings

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Islamic State Claims Responsibility For Sri Lanka Bombings

Islamic State Claims Responsibility For Sri Lanka Bombings

According to a report by Reuters, on Tuesday, Islamic State claimed responsibility for the bomb attacks in Sri Lanka that claimed the lives of 321 people in what officials believe was retaliation for attacks on mosques in New Zealand.

Sources reportedly claim that Sri Lankan intelligence officials had been warned hours before the attack by India, however it was not clear what action, if any, was taken.

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