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Sprängdåden in Sri Lanka – this we know
"Sprängdåden in Sri Lanka – this we know"

"Several bloody clashes have occurred in Sri Lanka. Over 150 people have been killed in attacks on churches and hotels."

" Eight explosions have been reported, two of them several hours after the first attacks."

"– Three of the major churches in the country, st. Sebastian in Katumapitiya north of the capital Colombo, st. anthony's church in Kochcikade in Colombo as well as a church in Batticaloa on the east coast have been affected."

"– a Few hours after the first explosions triggered a suicide bomber in a bomb that killed three police officers made a search of premises in Colombo."

"– Three five-star hotel located in the district of Fort in Colombo, have also been hit. The hotels are Shangri-La, Kingsbury Hotel, Cinnamon Grand Colombo."

"– Over 150 people have been killed according to the police the AFP news agency. Of these, at least 35 foreign citizens."

" Seven people have been arrested after the bombings, according to one of the country's ministers."

"– the Government of the country has imposed a nighttime curfew until further notice. At the same time have access to social media restricted."

"– ten days ago, the nation's chief of police out and warned that suicide bombers planned to attack churches in the country. The information came from a foreign security service, which warned that the islamist group NTJ planned an attack."

"– No group has claimed sprängdåden."

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