Foreign Affairs
Bomb found at Sri Lanka’s main airport

Late last night, a bomb was found at the Colombo airport in Sri Lanka, which the authorities managed to deactivate.

The discovery was made just hours after terrorist attacks in various places around Sri Lanka, including Churches and hotels.

In all, eight explosions occurred on Easter Sunday which have left 290 people dead and around another 500 people injured.

So far no one has taken responsibility for these attacks, although it is being reported that 24 people were arrested in connection with the bombings.

The Government of Sir Lanka said that it is believed that the explosions were carried out by suicide bombers.

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