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Tragedy in Sri Lanka

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Luis Bronfield Pinto '20, Staff Writer

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Easter morning, in Sri Lanka, more than 350 were killed and 500 were injured in church and hotel bombings. From the 350 killed, at least 45 of the tragic deaths were children. The bombings were carried out by 9 suicide bombers, who also rigged cars to explode and laid pipe bombs. Around 60 people have been arrested in connection with the bombings so far.

For more about the bombings in Sri Lanka, read this article.

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