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Memorial services in Sri Lanka on second anniversary of Easter Sunday terror bombings

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Colombo, Apr 21 (EFE/EPA).-Sri Lanka Wednesday held teary-eyed memorial services for victims of terror on the second anniversary of the 2019 Easter Sunday attacks that killed more than 250 people. (Camera: CHAMILA KARUNARATHNE)SHOT LIST: COMMEMORATION OF THE 2019 TERROR ATTACKS IN COLOMBO, SRI LANKA.

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