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Pompeo Speaks On Sri Lanka Bombings

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Pompeo Speaks On Sri Lanka Bombings

Pompeo Speaks On Sri Lanka Bombings

Rueters reports that on Wednesday U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in a television interview there was “every indication” that Sunday’s bomb attacks in Sri Lanka that killed 359 people were inspired by Islamic State.

Pompeo said in an interview with CBS News, “Every indication is that this was at the very least inspired by ISIS,” referring to the group by an acronym.

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