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Tuesday, 23 April 2019 10:59

Death toll rises to 310

The death toll from the Easter Sunday terror attacks has increased to 310 by this morning with 500 people have been injured, Police Spokesman Ruwan Gunasekara said.

(Daily Mirror)

Army Commander Lt. Gen. Mahesh Senanayake said that the Army had sought powers to conduct search operations and make arrests during the Security Council meeting held under the patronage of President Maithripala Sirisena yesterday.

AFP: Interpol is deploying a team of investigators, including experts in disaster victim identification, to Sri Lanka to help local authorities in the aftermath of deadly suicide bomb blasts that killed nearly 300 people, the international police organisation said Monday.

Reuters: The US State Department said in a revised travel advisory ‘terrorist groups’ were continuing to plot possible attacks in Sri Lanka after 290 people were killed and about 500 wounded in blasts in churches and luxury hotels on Sunday.

Islamic State supporters are celebrating the Sri Lanka suicide bombings which killed 290 people on Easter Sunday and left around another 500 injured, the Daily Mail Online said, in a London datelined report.

Terror attack targeting three churches and three super luxury hotels in Sri Lanka in a series of eight bomb explosions on Ester Sunday morning inflicted heart-breaking loss of life and costly destruction of property exerting an economic impact that extends far beyond the violent act itself, economic analysts said.

The death toll in the series of explosion around the island on Easter Sunday (21) has increased to 290, stated the Police Media Spokesperson.

The rumors that poison has been mixed into water supplies in several areas of the country are false, stated the Police Media Spokesperson.

The Shangri- La hotel in Colombo will be closed off until further notice, informed the hotel’s management.

Monday, 22 April 2019 06:13

Death toll rises to 207, 450 injured

The death toll for the Easter Sunday terror attacks has risen to 207 with 450 reported to have been injured, police said.

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