Sri Lanka is responding with emergency provisions to the attacks with 290 dead: military and police given wide-ranging powers. An Interpol team of experts to help in the investigation.
at midnight local time, came into Sri Lanka after the attacks, state of emergency provisions in force. The security Council, the government had decided to grant the military and the police wide-ranging powers, informed the office of the President Maithripala Sirisena.
Sirisena convened a three-member Team to investigate the attacks, and in three weeks a preliminary report to submit. The international police organisation Interpol announced that it plans to send a team of experts to Sri Lanka. The panel of specialists in the areas of crime scene investigation, explosives, counter-terrorism and victim identification.
"information for the identification of persons with these attacks could come from anywhere in the world," said Interpol Secretary General Jürgen Stock, according to the announcement. Here the global network and the databases of the organization proved to be essential. Currently the database of stolen and lost travel to be reviewed documents to identify possible Connections or international tracks.