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Sri Lanka says more Islamist militant attacks cannot be ruled out

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Sri Lanka says more Islamist militant attacks cannot be ruled out

Sri Lanka says more Islamist militant attacks cannot be ruled out

According to a report by Reuters, on Tuesday, Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said that investigators have dismantled a large part of the network linked to Sri Lanka&apos;s Easter Sunday bombings, but warned that the chance of further Islamist militant attacks still exists.

Wickremesinghe reportedly said the government plans to introduce a new anti-terrorism law, following the April 21 bombings that claimed the lives of over 250 people.

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