Sri Lanka Says More Islamist Militant Attacks Cannot Be Ruled Out

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Sri Lanka Says More Islamist Militant Attacks Cannot Be Ruled Out

According to a report by Reuters, on Tuesday, Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said that investigators have dismantled a large part of the network linked to Sri Lanka's Easter Sunday bombings, but warned that the chance of further Islamist militant attacks still exists.

Wickremesinghe reportedly said the government plans to introduce a new anti-terrorism law, following the April 21 bombings that claimed the lives of over 250 people.


Sri Lanka Says More Islamist Militant Attacks Cannot Be Ruled Out

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