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Sri Lankan minister says Easter bombings 'could have been avoided'

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Sri Lankan minister says Easter bombings 'could have been avoided'

Sri Lankan minister says Easter bombings 'could have been avoided'

Sri Lanka&apos;s Deputy Defense Minister Ruwan Wijewardene, who told parliament on Tuesday that an initial investigation had revealed the Easter bombings had been carried out in revenge for the New Zealand mosques shootings, answers reporters&apos; questions.

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