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U.S. State Dept warns 'terrorists' continue plotting Sri Lanka attacks

Reuters Monday, 22 April 2019
The U.S. State Department said in a revised travel advisory 'terrorist groups' were continuing to plot possible attacks in Sri Lanka after 290 people were killed and about 500 wounded in blasts in churches and luxury hotels on Sunday.
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