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Sri Lanka unrest: Police vow 'maximum force' against violence

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Sri Lanka unrest: Police vow 'maximum force' against violence

Sri Lanka unrest: Police vow 'maximum force' against violence

More than 70 people have been arrested and are in custody facing charges related to this week’s violence.

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