Night curfew in Sri Lanka after death toll rises to 185 in Easter massacre

Death toll rises to 185, including at least 35 tourists, and hundreds of injured  in a wave of terrorist explosions that struck Sri Lanka’s churches and hotels during Easter Sunday services. The Sri Lankan government declared after an emergency meeting full night curfew across the country up until daybreak with immediate effect. The authorities have also disconnected access to the social media.

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5 thoughts on “Night curfew in Sri Lanka after death toll rises to 185 in Easter massacre

  • Apr 21, 2019 @ 13:47 at 13:47
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    Huntington clashing civilisations is here. The coordination is a first = suicide bombers at 6 sites. for known drivers of terror, presumption of innocence is dangerous this is war!

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  • Apr 21, 2019 @ 13:50 at 13:50
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    no donations from the super rich? no outrage, for the little brown people are killing the little brown people

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  • Apr 21, 2019 @ 20:05 at 20:05
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    A lot more Christians have died in Nigeria and the press won’t cover it.

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  • Apr 21, 2019 @ 22:44 at 22:44
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    Disconnected social media!

    So you know what means of censorship governments have prepared.
    If youbare in sri lanka try tor (the onion router) or a vpn service ap like riseup vpn and report if you were able to use social media.
    Do they only block by fake dns (you can do dns queries to a known server such as 9.9.9.9).
    Reports are very welcome.

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  • Apr 22, 2019 @ 3:16 at 3:16
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    Peace-loving people are praying for the victims of hunger, fear, hatred, intolerance, injustice and terror wherever they are.

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