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Senior Sri Lankan officials will not be charged with murder in Easter attacks (AsiaNews)

Catholic Culture Thursday, 11 July 2019
Two senior government officials in Sri Lanka were recently arrested for negligence in the Sri Lanka Easter bombings, which killed over 250 people and injured over 500. A court has ruled that though they may be negligent, they may not be charged with murder.

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