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Relatives Of Sri Lanka Bombings Wounded In Shootout With Authorities

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Relatives Of Sri Lanka Bombings Wounded In Shootout With Authorities

Relatives Of Sri Lanka Bombings Wounded In Shootout With Authorities

According to a report by Reuters, on Saturday, police said that the wide and daughter of the suspected mastermind of a series of bombings at churches and hotels in Sri Lanka were wounded in a shootout that erupted in a raid.

The gun-battle at a safe house erupted on Friday in Sainthamaruthu in Ampara district on the east coast as police hunted for people linked to Mohamed Hashim Mohamed Zahran, who has been named as the ringleader of the Easter Sunday bombings.

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