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Sri Lanka extends nationwide curfew after anti-Muslim riots

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Sri Lanka extends nationwide curfew after anti-Muslim riots

Sri Lanka extends nationwide curfew after anti-Muslim riots

Sri Lanka has imposed a nationwide curfew following a spate of crimes against Muslims in the wake of the Easter bombings.

Footage shows police officers patrolling the streets in Marawila on May 15.

Police have arrested more than 70 people who allegedly took part in attacks on Muslim-owned houses and shops.

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