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000_1FU507.jpg1 viewsSri Lankan soldiers stand guard near a car explosion after the police tried to defuse a bomb near St. Anthony's Shrine in Colombo on April 22, 2019, a day after the series of bomb blasts targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - The death toll from bomb blasts that ripped through churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka rose dramatically April 22 to 290 -- including dozens of foreigners -- as police announced new arrests over the country's worst attacks for more than a decade. (Photo by Jewel SAMAD / AFP)
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000_1FU459.jpg1 viewsPakistani cricket captain Sarfraz Ahmed speaks to media during a press conference in Lahore on April 22, 2019. - Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed said on April 22 that being underdogs in next month's World Cup eases the pressure on his young team, which leaves for England early April 23. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1FU457.jpg0 viewsPakistani cricket captain Sarfraz Ahmed (L) and South African coach Mickey Arthur pose for photographs prior to a press conference in Lahore on April 22, 2019. - Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed said on April 22 that being underdogs in next month's World Cup eases the pressure on his young team, which leaves for England early April 23. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1FU324.jpg1 viewsSri Lankan woman looks into a container where bodies of bomb blast victims are kept at a hospital in Negombo on April 22, 2019, a day after a nearby church was hit in a series of explosions targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - The death toll from bomb blasts that ripped through churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka rose dramatically April 22 to 290 -- including dozens of foreigners -- as police announced new arrests over the country's worst attacks for more than a decade. (Photo by ISHARA S. KODIKARA / AFP)
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000_1FU303.jpg0 viewsEDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Relatives of bomb blast victims watch a large screen with bodies being projected at a morgue in Colombo on April 22, 2019, as they hope to identify loved ones missing or killed in the Easter Sunday bomb attacks on churches and hotels. - The death toll from bomb blasts that ripped through churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka rose dramatically April 22 to 290 -- including dozens of foreigners -- as police announced new arrests over the country's worst attacks for more than a decade. (Photo by LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP)
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000_1FU300.jpg0 viewsEDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Relatives of bomb blast victims watch a large screen with images of bodies with identification tags attached being projected at a morgue in Colombo on April 22, 2019, as they hope to identify loved ones missing or killed in the Easter Sunday bomb attacks on churches and hotels. - The death toll from bomb blasts that ripped through churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka rose dramatically April 22 to 290 -- including dozens of foreigners -- as police announced new arrests over the country's worst attacks for more than a decade. (Photo by LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP)
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000_1FU296.jpg0 viewsA man reads a newspaper near St. Anthony's Shrine in Colombo on April 22, 2019, a day after a series of bomb blasts targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - At least 290 are now known to have died in a series of bomb blasts that tore through churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka, in the worst violence to hit the island since its devastating civil war ended a decade ago. (Photo by Jewel SAMAD / AFP)
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000_1FU295.jpg0 viewsSecurity personnel stand guard outside St. Anthony's Shrine in Colombo on April 22, 2019, a day after the church was hit in series of bomb blasts targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. (Photo by Jewel SAMAD / AFP)
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000_1FU294.jpg1 viewsSecurity personnel stand guard outside St. Anthony's Shrine in Colombo on April 22, 2019, a day after the church was hit in series of bomb blasts targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. (Photo by Jewel SAMAD / AFP)
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000_1FU293.jpg1 viewsSecurity personnel stand guard outside St. Anthony's Shrine in Colombo on April 22, 2019, a day after the church was hit in series of bomb blasts targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. (Photo by Jewel SAMAD / AFP)
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000_1FU292.jpg2 viewsSecurity personnel stand guard outside St. Anthony's Shrine in Colombo on April 22, 2019, a day after the church was hit in series of bomb blasts targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. (Photo by Jewel SAMAD / AFP)
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000_1FU291.jpg2 viewsSecurity personnel stand guard outside St. Anthony's Shrine in Colombo on April 22, 2019, a day after the church was hit in series of bomb blasts targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. (Photo by Jewel SAMAD / AFP)
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000_1FU50Y.jpg2 viewsTwo Sri Lankan security personnel on a motorbike rush along a street in Colombo on April 22, 2019, a day after the series of bomb blasts targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - The death toll from bomb blasts that ripped through churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka rose dramatically April 22 to 290 -- including dozens of foreigners -- as police announced new arrests over the country's worst attacks for more than a decade. (Photo by Jewel SAMAD / AFP)
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000_1FU50V.jpg4 viewsSri Lankan soldiers stand guard as security personnel inspect the debris of a car after it explodes when police tried to defuse a bomb near St. Anthony's Shrine in Colombo on April 22, 2019, a day after the series of bomb blasts targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - The death toll from bomb blasts that ripped through churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka rose dramatically April 22 to 290 -- including dozens of foreigners -- as police announced new arrests over the country's worst attacks for more than a decade. (Photo by Jewel SAMAD / AFP)
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000_1FU50U.jpg2 viewsSri Lankan soldiers stand guard as security personnel inspect the debris of a car after it explodes when police tried to defuse a bomb near St. Anthony's Shrine in Colombo on April 22, 2019, a day after the series of bomb blasts targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - The death toll from bomb blasts that ripped through churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka rose dramatically April 22 to 290 -- including dozens of foreigners -- as police announced new arrests over the country's worst attacks for more than a decade. (Photo by Jewel SAMAD / AFP)
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000_1FU50S.jpg2 viewsSri Lankan soldiers stand guard as security personnel inspect the debris of a car after it explodes when police tried to defuse a bomb near St. Anthony's Shrine in Colombo on April 22, 2019, a day after the series of bomb blasts targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - The death toll from bomb blasts that ripped through churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka rose dramatically April 22 to 290 -- including dozens of foreigners -- as police announced new arrests over the country's worst attacks for more than a decade. (Photo by Jewel SAMAD / AFP)
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000_1FU50Q.jpg2 viewsSri Lankan security personnel inspect the debris of a car after it explodes when police tried to defuse a bomb near St. Anthony's Shrine in Colombo on April 22, 2019, a day after the series of bomb blasts targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - The death toll from bomb blasts that ripped through churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka rose dramatically April 22 to 290 -- including dozens of foreigners -- as police announced new arrests over the country's worst attacks for more than a decade. (Photo by Jewel SAMAD / AFP)
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000_1FU50O.jpg2 viewsSri Lankan security personnel inspect the debris of a car after it explodes when police tried to defuse a bomb near St. Anthony's Shrine as priests look on in Colombo on April 22, 2019, a day after the series of bomb blasts targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - The death toll from bomb blasts that ripped through churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka rose dramatically April 22 to 290 -- including dozens of foreigners -- as police announced new arrests over the country's worst attacks for more than a decade. (Photo by Jewel SAMAD / AFP)
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000_1FU50G.jpg1 viewsSri Lankan security personnel inspect the debris of a car after it explodes when police tried to defuse a bomb near St. Anthony's Shrine as priests look on in Colombo on April 22, 2019, a day after the series of bomb blasts targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - The death toll from bomb blasts that ripped through churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka rose dramatically April 22 to 290 -- including dozens of foreigners -- as police announced new arrests over the country's worst attacks for more than a decade. (Photo by Jewel SAMAD / AFP)
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000_1FU47W.jpg1 viewsPakistani Christians and Muslims hold candles at a tribute to Sri Lankan bomb blast victims at the Sacred Heart Cathedral Church in Lahore on April 22, 2019. - The death toll from bomb blasts that ripped through churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka rose dramatically April 22 to 290 -- including dozens of foreigners -- as police announced new arrests over the country's worst attacks for more than a decade. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1FU47T.jpg1 viewsPakistani Christians and Muslims hold candles at a tribute to Sri Lankan bomb blast victims at the Sacred Heart Cathedral Church in Lahore on April 22, 2019. - The death toll from bomb blasts that ripped through churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka rose dramatically April 22 to 290 -- including dozens of foreigners -- as police announced new arrests over the country's worst attacks for more than a decade. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1FU47P.jpg1 viewsPakistani Christians and Muslims hold candles at a tribute to Sri Lankan bomb blast victims at the Sacred Heart Cathedral Church in Lahore on April 22, 2019. - The death toll from bomb blasts that ripped through churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka rose dramatically April 22 to 290 -- including dozens of foreigners -- as police announced new arrests over the country's worst attacks for more than a decade. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1FU46Z.jpg5 viewsPakistani newspapers are seen displaying front page news about the Sri Lanka bombings, in Islamabad on April 22, 2019. - The death toll from bomb blasts that ripped through churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka rose dramatically April 22 to 290 -- including dozens of foreigners -- as police announced new arrests over the country's worst attacks for more than a decade. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)
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000_1FU46X.jpg1 viewsA Pakistani man reads a newspaper displaying front page news about the Sri Lanka bombings, in Islamabad on April 22, 2019. - The death toll from bomb blasts that ripped through churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka rose dramatically April 22 to 290 -- including dozens of foreigners -- as police announced new arrests over the country's worst attacks for more than a decade. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)
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000_1FU42V.jpg1 viewsA Sri Lankan man drives a three-wheel taxi as pigeons take a flight in Colombo on April 22, 2019, a day after the series of bomb blasts targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - The death toll from bomb blasts that ripped through churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka rose dramatically April 22 to 290 -- including dozens of foreigners -- as police announced new arrests over the country's worst attacks for more than a decade. (Photo by Mohd RASFAN / AFP)
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000_1FU32A.jpg0 viewsA police investigator inspects inside St. Sebastian's Church in Negombo on April 22, 2019, a day after the church was hit in series of bomb blasts targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. - The death toll from bomb blasts that ripped through churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka rose dramatically April 22 to 290 -- including dozens of foreigners -- as police announced new arrests over the country's worst attacks for more than a decade. (Photo by ISHARA S. KODIKARA / AFP)
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000_1FU31A.jpg0 viewsThis handout photograph taken and released on April 22, 2019 by the Australian Prime Minister's Office shows Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison (L) and wife Jenny (R) visiting the Sakyamuni Sambuddha Vihara, Sri Lankan Buddhist Temple, in Melbourne on 22 April 2019. - Morrision participated in a moment of silence for the more than 200 victims of the Easter Sunday bomb blasts in Sri Lanka. (Photo by ADAM TAYLOR / AUSTRALIAN PRIME MINISTER'S OFFI / AFP)
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000_1FU30K.jpg0 viewsThis handout photograph taken and released on April 22, 2019 by the Australian Prime Minister's Office shows Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison (R) and his wife Jenny (2nd-R) visiting the Sakyamuni Sambuddha Vihara, Sri Lankan Buddhist Temple, in Melbourne on 22 April 2019. - Morrision participated in a moment of silence for the more than 200 victims of the Easter Sunday bomb blasts in Sri Lanka. (Photo by ADAM TAYLOR / AUSTRALIAN PRIME MINISTER'S OFFI / AFP)
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000_1FU30J.jpg0 viewsThis handout photograph taken and released on April 22, 2019 by the Australian Prime Minister's Office shows Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison (C-L) and his wife Jenny (C-R) visiting the Sakyamuni Sambuddha Vihara, Sri Lankan Buddhist Temple, in Melbourne on 22 April 2019. - Morrision participated in a moment of silence for the more than 200 victims of the Easter Sunday bomb blasts in Sri Lanka. (Photo by ADAM TAYLOR / AUSTRALIAN PRIME MINISTER'S OFFI / AFP)
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000_1FU30F.jpg0 viewsThis handout photograph taken and released on April 22, 2019 by the Australian Prime Minister's Office shows Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison (L) visiting the Sakyamuni Sambuddha Vihara, Sri Lankan Buddhist Temple, in Melbourne on 22 April 2019. - Morrision participated in a moment of silence for the more than 200 victims of the Easter Sunday bomb blasts in Sri Lanka. (Photo by ADAM TAYLOR / AUSTRALIAN PRIME MINISTER'S OFFI / AFP)
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