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People pray on the street near St. Anthony's Shrine in Colombo, Sri Lanka, April 28, 2019. The archbishop of Colombo, who called off Mass at the country's churches for security reasons, conducted a televised Sunday service from his home. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
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A Catholic family watches Sunday Mass on television one week since the Easter Sunday bombings in Colombo, Sri Lanka, April 28, 2019. The archbishop of Colombo, who called off Mass at the country's churches for security reasons, conducted a televised Sunday service from his home. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
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Firefighters sweep water out of the damaged and bloodstained interior of St. Anthony's Church in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on April 27, 2019. Two super-rich families, the Ibrahims and Povlsens, ended up on opposite sides of the Sri Lanka Easter Sunday bombings. In an instant, five of their children were dead. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
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Sri Lankan Navy personnel guard a road blocked near the port in Colombo on April 27, 2019, following a series of bomb blasts targeting churches and luxury hotels on Easter Sunday in Sri Lanka. - Fifteen people including six children have died during a Sri Lankan security forces operation in the aftermath of the Easter attacks, as three cornered suicide bombers blew themselves up and others were shot dead, police said on April 27. (Photo by ISHARA S. KODIKARA / AFP)
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A priest conducts religious rituals during a mass burial for Easter Sunday bomb blast victims in Negombo, Sri Lanka, Wednesday, April 24, 2019. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)
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A priest conducts religious rituals during a mass burial for Easter Sunday bomb blast victims in Negombo, Sri Lanka, Wednesday, April 24, 2019. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)
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Relatives carry a coffin for burial during a mass burial for Easter Sunday bomb blast victims in Negombo, Sri Lanka, Wednesday, April 24, 2019. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)
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A priest conducts religious rituals during a mass burial for Easter Sunday bomb blast victims in Negombo, Sri Lanka, Wednesday, April 24, 2019. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)
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A girl cries during a burial ceremony of bomb blast victim at a cemetery in Colombo on April 24, 2019, three days after a series of suicide attacks targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - Sri Lanka's government on April 24 acknowledged "major" lapses over its failure to prevent the horrific Easter attacks that killed more than 350 people, despite prior intelligence warnings. (Photo by Jewel SAMAD / AFP)
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Relatives mourn during a burial ceremony of bomb blast victim at a cemetery in Colombo on April 24, 2019, three days after a series of suicide attacks targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - Sri Lanka's government on April 24 acknowledged "major" lapses over its failure to prevent the horrific Easter attacks that killed more than 350 people, despite prior intelligence warnings. (Photo by Jewel SAMAD / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A man cries as he walks behind the coffin of a bomb blast victim after a funeral service at St Sebastian's Church in Negombo on April 23, 2019, two days after a series of bomb blasts targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - Sri Lanka began a day of national mourning on April 23 with three minutes of silence to honour nearly 300 people killed in suicide bomb blasts that have been blamed on a local Islamist group. (Photo by Jewel SAMAD / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Relatives mourn beside a coffin of a bomb blast victim during a funeral service at St Sebastian's Church in Negombo on April 23, 2019, two days after a series of bomb attacks targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - Sri Lanka began a day of national mourning on April 23 with three minutes of silence to honour nearly 300 people killed in suicide bomb blasts that have been blamed on a local Islamist group. (Photo by Jewel SAMAD / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Relatives (R) watch as workers place the coffin of a bomb blast victim during a burial ceremony at a cemetery in Negombo on April 23, 2019, two days after a series of bomb attacks targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - Sri Lanka began a day of national mourning on April 23 with three minutes of silence to honour more than 300 people killed in suicide bomb blasts that have been blamed on a local Islamist group. (Photo by Jewel SAMAD / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A soldier stands guard near a coffin of a bomb blast victim during a funeral service at St Sebastian's Church in Negombo on April 23, 2019, two days after a series of bomb attacks targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - Sri Lanka began a day of national mourning on April 23 with three minutes of silence to honour more than 300 people killed in suicide bomb blasts that have been blamed on a local Islamist group. (Photo by Jewel SAMAD / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - People pray during a funeral service for bomb blast victims at St Sebastian's Church in Negombo on April 23, 2019, two days after a series of bomb attacks targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - Sri Lanka began a day of national mourning on April 23 with three minutes of silence to honour more than 300 people killed in suicide bomb blasts that have been blamed on a local Islamist group. (Photo by Jewel SAMAD / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Two women mourn during a funeral service for bomb blast victims at St Sebastian's Church in Negombo on April 23, 2019, two days after a series of bomb attacks targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - Sri Lanka began a day of national mourning on April 23 with three minutes of silence to honour more than 300 people killed in suicide bomb blasts that have been blamed on a local Islamist group. (Photo by Jewel SAMAD / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A woman cries next to a coffin of a bomb blast victims during a funeral service at St. Sebastian's Church in Negombo on April 23, 2019, two days after a series of bomb attacks targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - Sri Lanka began a day of national mourning on April 23 with three minutes of silence to honour nearly 300 people killed in suicide bomb blasts that have been blamed on a local Islamist group. (Photo by ISHARA S. KODIKARA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A Sri Lankan mourner holds prayer beads during moments of silence in tribute to bomb blast victims in Colombo on April 23, 2019, two days after a string of suicide bomb attacks on churches and hotels. - Sri Lanka fell silent for three minutes April 23 on a day of national mourning to honour more than 300 people killed in suicide bomb blasts that have been blamed on a local Islamist group. (Photo by LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Sri Lankan mourners take part in moments of silence in tribute to bomb blast victims in Colombo on April 23, 2019, two days after a string of suicide bomb attacks on churches and hotels. - Sri Lanka fell silent for three minutes April 23 on a day of national mourning to honour more than 300 people killed in suicide bomb blasts that have been blamed on a local Islamist group. (Photo by LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A Sri Lankan woman cries next to the coffins of relatives who died in an explosion at St. Anthony's Shrine on Easter Sunday, in Colombo on April 23, 2019. - Sri Lanka fell silent for three minutes April 23 on a day of national mourning to honour more than 300 people killed in suicide bomb blasts that have been blamed on a local Islamist group. (Photo by LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A Sri Lankan man stands still during moments of silence outside St Anthony's Shrine two days after it was attacked as part of a string of suicide bomb attacks on churches and hotels, in Colombo on April 23, 2019. - Sri Lanka fell silent for three minutes April 23 on a day of national mourning to honour more than 300 people killed in suicide bomb blasts that have been blamed on a local Islamist group. (Photo by LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A Sri Lankan man stands still during moments of silence outside St Anthony's Shrine two days after it was attacked as part of a string of suicide bomb attacks on churches and hotels, in Colombo on April 23, 2019. - Sri Lanka fell silent for three minutes April 23 on a day of national mourning to honour more than 300 people killed in suicide bomb blasts that have been blamed on a local Islamist group. (Photo by LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP)
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(190423) -- NEGOMBO, April 23, 2019 (Xinhua) -- The St. Sebastian's Church where a blast took place is cordoned off in Negombo, north of Colombo, Sri Lanka, April 23, 2019. The explosions which rocked Sri Lanka Sunday killed more than 300 people and injured over 500 others. (Xinhua/Wang Shen)
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A Sri Lankan roman catholic woman prays during a three minute nationwide silence observe to pay homage to the victims of Easter Sunday's blasts outside St. Anthony's Shrine in Colombo, Sri Lanka, Tuesday, April 23, 2019. A state of emergency has taken effect giving the Sri Lankan military war-time powers not used since civil war ended in 2009. Police arrested 40 suspects, including the driver of a van allegedly used by suicide bombers involved in deadly Easter bombings. (AP Photo/Eranga Jayawardena), APTOPIX
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A Sri Lankan family mourns next to the coffins of their three family member, all victims of Easter Sunday bombing, in Colombo, Sri Lanka, Tuesday, April 23, 2019. The six near-simultaneous attacks on three churches and three luxury hotels and three related blasts later Sunday were the South Asian island nation's deadliest violence in a decade while Sri Lanka police arrested 40 suspects in the wake of a state of emergency that took effect Tuesday giving the military war-time powers. (AP Photo/Eranga Jayawardena), APTOPIX
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A funeral for the victims of terrorism at St. Sebastian's Church is held in Negombo, Sri Lanka on April 23, 2019, two days after the church was hit in series of bomb blasts targeting churches and hotels on April 21th. A lot of residents attended the funeral while a police officer is watching out. At least 310 people died due to the series of bombings as of April 23th. ( The Yomiuri Shimbun via AP Images )
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Harshani Sriyani weeps over the body of her daughter who was killed in the Easter Sunday bombings in Colombo, Sri Lanka, Tuesday, April 23, 2019. The six near-simultaneous attacks on three churches and three luxury hotels and three related blasts later Sunday were the South Asian island nation's deadliest violence in a decade while Sri Lanka police arrested 40 suspects in the wake of a state of emergency that took effect Tuesday giving the military war-time powers. (AP Photo/Eranga Jayawardena), APTOPIX
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Melton Roy, prays sitting amid newly buried graves of Easter Sunday bomb blast victims at Methodist burial ground in Negombo, Sri Lanka, Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Roy thanked God for protecting his 5-member family from harm and prayed for the life of the people who were affected. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)
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Melton Roy, prays amid the newly buried graves of Easter Sunday bomb blast victims at Methodist burial ground in Negombo, Sri Lanka, Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Roy thanked The God for protecting his family from harm and prayed for the life of the people who were affected. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe), APTOPIX
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University of Dubuque professors Rasika Mudalige-Jayawickrama, left, and her husband Lalith Jayawickrama reflect during a vigil at Blades Chapel on the University of Dubuque campus on Tuesday, April 23, 2019, in Dubuque, Iowa. Rasika and Lalith are originally from Sri Lanka and their families still live there. They took a group of students there on a university trip in January. After the bombing, Rasika worries they will not be able to take students to visit their home county anymore. (Eileen Meslar/Telegraph Herald via AP), APTOPIX
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Priests and relatives carry the coffin of a bomb blast victim after a funeral service at St Sebastian's Church in Negombo on April 23, 2019, two days after a series of bomb blasts targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - Sri Lankans across the island nation observed three minutes of silence early April 23 to pay tribute to nearly 300 people killed in a string of suicide attacks. (Photo by Jewel SAMAD / AFP)
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A Sri Lankan mourner holds prayer beads during moments of silence in tribute to bomb blast victims in Colombo on April 23, 2019, two days after a string of suicide bomb attacks on churches and hotels. - Sri Lanka fell silent for three minutes April 23 on a day of national mourning to honour more than 300 people killed in suicide bomb blasts that have been blamed on a local Islamist group. (Photo by LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP)
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Sri Lankan nuns hold candles and flowers to pay tribute to the Sri Lankan blasts victims, at St. Marys High School in Lahore on April 23, 2019. - Sri Lanka began a day of national mourning on April 23 with three minutes of silence to honour more than 300 people killed in suicide bomb blasts that have been blamed on a local Islamist group. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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A Sri Lankan woman cries during a burial service for a bomb blast victim in a cemetery in Colombo on April 23, 2019, two days after a series of bomb attacks targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - Sri Lanka began a day of national mourning on April 23 with three minutes of silence to honour more than 300 people killed in suicide bomb blasts that have been blamed on a local Islamist group. (Photo by LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP)
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A Sri Lankan woman cries during a burial service for a bomb blast victim in a cemetery in Colombo on April 23, 2019, two days after a series of bomb attacks targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - Sri Lanka began a day of national mourning on April 23 with three minutes of silence to honour more than 300 people killed in suicide bomb blasts that have been blamed on a local Islamist group. (Photo by LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP)
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Relatives carry coffins of bomb blast victims during a funeral in a cemetery in Colombo on April 23, 2019, two days after a series of bomb attacks targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - Sri Lanka began a day of national mourning on April 23 with three minutes of silence to honour more than 300 people killed in suicide bomb blasts that have been blamed on a local Islamist group. (Photo by LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A security official stands guard outside St. Anthony's Shrine in Colombo on April 23, 2019, two days after the church was hit in a series of bomb blasts targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - Sri Lanka on April 23 imposed a state of emergency hours after the government blamed a local Islamist group for a series of suicide bomb blasts that killed at least 290 people, including dozens of foreigners. (Photo by Mohd RASFAN / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A woman cries at a service for bomb blast victims at St Sebastian's Church in Negombo on April 23, 2019, two days after a series of bomb attacks targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - Sri Lanka began a day of national mourning on April 23 with three minutes of silence to honour more than 300 people killed in suicide bomb blasts that have been blamed on a local Islamist group. (Photo by ISHARA S. KODIKARA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Pakistani Christian and Muslim students carry placards and candles as they pay tribute to the Sri Lankan blasts victims, at St. Marys High School in Lahore on April 23, 2019. - Sri Lanka began a day of national mourning on April 23 with three minutes of silence to honour more than 300 people killed in suicide bomb blasts that have been blamed on a local Islamist group. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A Sri Lankan woman cries during a burial service for a bomb blast victim in a cemetery in Colombo on April 23, 2019, two days after a series of bomb attacks targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - Sri Lanka began a day of national mourning on April 23 with three minutes of silence to honour more than 300 people killed in suicide bomb blasts that have been blamed on a local Islamist group. (Photo by LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP)
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NEGOMBO - SRI LANKA - April 23 : (----EDITORIAL USE ONLY ??" MANDATORY CREDIT - "THE PRESIDENTIAL OFFICE OF SRI LANKA / HANDOUT" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS----) Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena (2nd L) visits the St. Sebastian Church after the multiple terror attacks in Negombo, Sri Lanka on April 23 , 2019. The Presidential Office of Sri Lanka / Handout / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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NEGOMBO - SRI LANKA - April 23 : (----EDITORIAL USE ONLY ??" MANDATORY CREDIT - "THE PRESIDENTIAL OFFICE OF SRI LANKA / HANDOUT" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS----) Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena (2nd L) visits the St. Sebastian Church after the multiple terror attacks in Negombo, Sri Lanka on April 23 , 2019. The Presidential Office of Sri Lanka / Handout / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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NEGOMBO - SRI LANKA - April 23 : (----EDITORIAL USE ONLY ??" MANDATORY CREDIT - "THE PRESIDENTIAL OFFICE OF SRI LANKA / HANDOUT" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS----) Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena (2nd L) visits the St. Sebastian Church after the multiple terror attacks in Negombo, Sri Lanka on April 23 , 2019. The Presidential Office of Sri Lanka / Handout / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Relatives weep near the coffin with the remains of 12-year Sneha Savindi, who was a victim of Easter Sunday bombing at St. Sebastian Church, Monday, April 22, 2019 in Negombo, Sri Lanka. Easter Sunday bombings of churches, luxury hotels and other sites was Sri Lanka's deadliest violence since a devastating civil war in the South Asian island nation ended a decade ago. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe), APTOPIX
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TOPSHOT - A woman prays at St. Sebastian's Church in Negombo on April 22, 2019, a day after the building was hit as part of a series of bomb blasts targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - The death toll from bomb blasts that ripped through churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka rose dramatically April 22 to 290 -- including dozens of foreigners -- as police announced new arrests over the country's worst attacks for more than a decade. (Photo by Jewel SAMAD / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - People pray outside the St. Anthony's Shrine in Colombo on April 22, 2019, a day after the building was hit as part of a series of bomb blasts targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - The death toll from bomb blasts that ripped through churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka rose dramatically April 22 to 290 -- including dozens of foreigners -- as police announced new arrests over the country's worst attacks for more than a decade. (Photo by Mohd RASFAN / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Sri Lankan local residents react as they flee from their home in fear of a car bomb near St. Anthony's Shrine in Colombo on April 22, 2019, a day after the series of bomb blasts targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - The death toll from bomb blasts that ripped through churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka rose dramatically April 22 to 290 -- including dozens of foreigners -- as police announced new arrests over the country's worst attacks for more than a decade. (Photo by Jewel SAMAD / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A Sri Lankan soldier stands guard near a car explosion after the police tried to defuse a bomb near St. Anthony's Shrine in Colombo on April 22, 2019, a day after the series of bomb blasts targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - The death toll from bomb blasts that ripped through churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka rose dramatically April 22 to 290 -- including dozens of foreigners -- as police announced new arrests over the country's worst attacks for more than a decade. (Photo by Jewel SAMAD / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - An Indonesian Muslim student shows her solidarity to the victims of the Sri Lankan blasts, in Surabaya on April 22, 2019. - Sri Lanka said it believed a local Islamist extremist group was behind deadly suicide bomb blasts that killed nearly 300 people as it announced a national state of emergency beginning midnight. (Photo by Juni Kriswanto / AFP)
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(190422) -- COLOMBO, April 22, 2019 (Xinhua) -- People mourn for a victim in Colombo, capital of Sri Lanka, April 22, 2019. The death toll from the multiple explosions which shook Sri Lanka on Sunday has risen to 290, while over 500 have been injured, the police said Monday. (Xinhua/Wang Shen)
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(190422) -- COLOMBO, April 22, 2019 (Xinhua) -- People mourn for a victim in Colombo, capital of Sri Lanka, April 22, 2019. The death toll from the multiple explosions which shook Sri Lanka on Sunday has risen to 290, while over 500 have been injured, the police said Monday. (Xinhua/Wang Shen)
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(190422) -- COLOMBO, April 22, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on April 22, 2019 shows hands of a victim in Colombo, capital of Sri Lanka, April 22, 2019. The death toll from the multiple explosions which shook Sri Lanka on Sunday has risen to 290, while over 500 have been injured, the police said Monday. (Xinhua/Wang Shen)
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Friends and relatives console a boy at the burial of three family members who were killed in a suicide bombing during Easter Sunday services in Negombo, Sri Lanka, April 22, 2019. Attacks by suicide bombers in Sri Lanka killed more than 290 people and wounded about 500 more. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
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Investigators in Negombo, Sri Lanka, on Monday, April 22, 2019, at the scene of a suicide bombing at St. Sebastian Church. Sri Lankan officials said on Monday that the coordinated bombings of churches and hotels across the country on Easter Sunday had been carried out by National Thowheeth Jama'ath, a little-known radical Islamist group, with help from international militants. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
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Investigators in Negombo, Sri Lanka, on Monday, April 22, 2019, at the scene of a suicide bombing at St. Sebastian Church. Sri Lankan officials said on Monday that the coordinated bombings of churches and hotels across the country on Easter Sunday had been carried out by National Thowheeth Jama'ath, a little-known radical Islamist group, with help from international militants. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
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Mourners grieve in Negombo, Sri Lanka, on Monday, April 22, 2019, at the burial of three members of the same family who were killed in the suicide bomb attack at St. Sebastian Church. Sri Lankan officials said on Monday that the coordinated bombings of churches and hotels across the country on Easter Sunday had been carried out by National Thowheeth Jama'ath, a little-known radical Islamist group, with help from international militants. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
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A priest officiates as mourners grieve in Negombo, Sri Lanka, on Monday, April 22, 2019, at the burial of three members of the same family who were killed in the suicide bomb attack at St. Sebastian Church. Sri Lankan officials said on Monday that the coordinated bombings of churches and hotels across the country on Easter Sunday had been carried out by National Thowheeth Jama'ath, a little-known radical Islamist group, with help from international militants. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
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Mourners in Negombo, Sri Lanka, on Monday, April 22, 2019, at the burial of three members of the same family who were killed in the suicide bomb attack at St. Sebastian Church. Sri Lankan officials said on Monday that the coordinated bombings of churches and hotels across the country on Easter Sunday had been carried out by National Thowheeth Jama'ath, a little-known radical Islamist group, with help from international militants. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
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Mourners in Negombo, Sri Lanka, on Monday, April 22, 2019, gather for the burial of three members of the same family who were killed in the suicide bomb attack at St. Sebastian Church. Sri Lankan officials said on Monday that the coordinated bombings of churches and hotels across the country on Easter Sunday had been carried out by National Thowheeth Jama'ath, a little-known radical Islamist group, with help from international militants. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
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Mourners grieve in Negombo, Sri Lanka, on Monday, April 22, 2019, at the burial of three members of the same family who were killed in the suicide bomb attack at St. Sebastian Church. Sri Lankan officials said on Monday that the coordinated bombings of churches and hotels across the country on Easter Sunday had been carried out by National Thowheeth Jama'ath, a little-known radical Islamist group, with help from international militants. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
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A mourner arrives carrying a portrait of one of the deceased in Negombo, Sri Lanka, on Monday, April 22, 2019, at the burial of three members of the same family who were killed in the suicide bomb attack at St. Sebastian Church. Sri Lankan officials said on Monday that the coordinated bombings of churches and hotels across the country on Easter Sunday had been carried out by National Thowheeth Jama'ath, a little-known radical Islamist group, with help from international militants. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
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Mourners on Monday, April 22, 2019, at the wake of Diluk Fernando, who was killed in the suicide bomb attack at St. Sebastian Church, in Negombo, Sri Lanka. Sri Lankan officials said on Monday that the coordinated bombings of churches and hotels across the country on Easter Sunday had been carried out by National Thowheeth Jama'ath, a little-known radical Islamist group, with help from international militants. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
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Sri Lankan military and police outside St. Anthony's Shrine in Colombo on Monday, April 22, 2019, one day after a suicide bomb attack on the church. The Sri Lankan police have arrested 24 people in connection with a series of devastating suicide bombings at hotels and churches on Easter Sunday that left nearly 300 people dead and more than 500 injured. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
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Blood covered trolleys on Monday, April 22, 2019, outside the morgue at the District General Hospital in Negombo, Sri Lanka, where many of the bodies and survivors were brought after the suicide attack at St. Sebastian's Church. The Sri Lankan police have arrested 24 people in connection with a series of devastating suicide bombings at hotels and churches on Easter Sunday that left nearly 300 people dead and more than 500 injured. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
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EDS.: RETRANSMISION TO CORRECT AGE OF VICTIM TO 11 -- A photo of Sneha Savindi, 11, is displayed at her home in Negombo, Sri Lanka, on Monday, April 22, 2019, one day after a series of devastating suicide bombings at hotels and churches on Easter Sunday that left nearly 300 people dead and more than 500 injured. Sneha was standing in line for Holy Communion on Sunday when she was killed in one of the blasts. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
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Sri Lankan military, police and clergy outside St. Anthony's Shrine in Colombo on Monday, April 22, 2019, one day after a suicide bomb attack on the church. The Sri Lankan police have arrested 24 people in connection with a series of devastating suicide bombings at hotels and churches on Easter Sunday that left nearly 300 people dead and more than 500 injured. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
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EDS.: RETRANSMISION TO CORRECT AGE OF VICTIM TO 11 -- Relatives mourn during the wake of Sneha Savindi, 11, in Negombo, Sri Lanka, on Monday, April 22, 2019, one day after a series of devastating suicide bombings at hotels and churches on Easter Sunday that left nearly 300 people dead and more than 500 injured. Sneha was standing in line for Holy Communion on Sunday when she was killed in one of the blasts. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
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EDS.: RETRANSMISION TO CORRECT AGE OF VICTIM TO 11 -- Relatives mourn during the wake of Sneha Savindi, 11, in Negombo, Sri Lanka, on Monday, April 22, 2019, one day after a series of devastating suicide bombings at hotels and churches on Easter Sunday that left nearly 300 people dead and more than 500 injured. Sneha was standing in line for Holy Communion on Sunday when she was killed in one of the blasts. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
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TOPSHOT - A Pakistani Christian child looks on as adults light candles to pay tribute to Sri Lankan blasts victims in Karachi on April 21, 2019. - A series of eight devastating bomb blasts ripped through high-end hotels and churches holding Easter services in Sri Lanka on April 21, killing at least 207 people, including dozens of foreigners. (Photo by RIZWAN TABASSUM / AFP)
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