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Sri Lanka: attacks as retaliation for Christchurch?

The terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka could be a reaction to the attack on Muslims in March in Christchurch. According to Deputy defense Minister Wijewardene first calculation results also indicate.

First results of the investigations of the bombings in Sri Lanka suggest that according to the government, on a "retaliation" for the attack on two mosques in new Zealand. "The preliminary investigations have revealed that what is happening in Sri Lanka, was in retaliation for the attack on Muslims in Christchurch," said Vice-Minister of defence Ruwan Wijewardene in the Parliament. An Australian right-wing extremists had killed in Christchurch in mid-March, 50 people.

The suicide attacks on churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka, the Islamic group according to the assessment of the government to the account of a local radical. The government is convinced, however, that the suspected group of the National Thowheeth Jamaath may have perpetrated the attacks on Easter Sunday only, with the support of an international network, a spokesman said.

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