Australia's home minister visits bombed Sri Lankan Church
(ROUGH CUT - NO REPORTER NARRATION) Australian Home Minister Peter Dutton on Monday (June 3) visited one of the churches bombed in the Easter Sunday attack and offered flowers to the victims of the deadly attack.
Dutton met with church officials in St.
Sebastian's Church in Negombo, one of the three churches that were attacked on April 21, leaving more than 250 people dead.
He also offered his condolences and promised to support Sri Lanka in its recovery, particularly in the tourism industry.
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