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Explosions in churches killing at least 137 and kvæster hundreds in Sri Lanka

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at Least 156 people have been killed and about 400 injured after easter Sunday have been several explosions in catholic churches and in hotels in Sri Lanka. It reports the AFP news agency.

the Explosions took place, while the religious were to påskemesse. It confirms the local police according to news agency Reuters.


Talk about six explosions
the Number of injuries and deaths are confirmed by the director at the Colombo National Hospital.

Two hotels and a church were hit in the capital city of Colombo in the south-western part of the country, while also a church in Negombo, north of the capital was exposed to an explosion.

In all, there must have been six explosions, informs the local police.

One of the affected churches are St. Sebastian's Church in Negombo, who has shared fierce photos on Facebook of what they write, was a bomb attack.

Parts of the walls of the church are, among other things destroyed, while the one on a picture, you see a man on the floor on top of the bloody rubble.

In the lookup calls on the church people to come and help, if they have family members on the spot.

After the explosions are security guards in several places moved out to protect the churches.

No one has taken responsibility for the explosions.

the Extra Leaf is awaiting a reply from the foreign ministry's Citizen service, whether there are danes among the dead and wounded.

Ambulances in front of the Saint Anthony's church in Colombo. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix/Ishara S. Kodikara

Photo: Ritzau Scanpix/Ishara S. Kodikara

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