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Sri Lanka mourns as investigation into deadly blasts continues: Live updates

Local police tell CNN that the Easter Sunday bombings have claimed the lives of 310 people. The number is a significant increase on the previously reported death toll. Follow here for the latest.

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Death toll rises to 16 after 6.1-magnitude earthquake in Philippines

At least 16 people have died after the Philippines was rattled by two major earthquakes, authorities said on Tuesday.

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Philippines 6.1-magnitude earthquake leaves 11 dead, 30 feared trapped

A second major quake has rattled the Philippines after an earlier 6.1-magnitude earthquake that left 11 people dead and 30 still feared trapped in ...

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Myanmar court rejects final appeal from jailed Reuters journalists

Myanmar's top court rejected the appeal of two Reuters journalists to have their convictions and seven-year prison sentences overturned on Tuesday, ...

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Confusion and blame in Sri Lanka after bloody Easter Sunday attacks

More than 300 people have been reported dead in the attacks, with hundreds more injured. As the death toll threatens to rise even further, Sri Lankan ...

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Sri Lanka attacks: What led to carnage?

A small Islamist group has been blamed, but how could it have gone from vandalising statues to sophisticated suicide attacks?

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Sri Lanka attacks: Volunteers' small acts of kindness for mourners

Volunteers provide water, food and support to those mourning the bombing in Negombo, Sri Lanka.

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Sri Lanka attacks: CCTV shows suspected Sri Lanka church bomber

A man with a large backpack can be seen walking into St Sebastian's church just before a device is detonated.

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Scenes From Mass Burials for Victims of Sri Lanka Bombings

The first mass burials of the victims of the suicide attacks in Sri Lanka were on Tuesday. The death toll has risen to 321, and many of the coffins at the funerals held the remains of children.

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Cathay Pacific to crack down on 'pilferage'

Mini tubs of Haagen-Dazs, champagne and cutlery are going missing from the airline's planes.

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Myanmar Jade Mine Disaster Feared to Have Killed More Than 50

A huge mound of tailings collapsed into an open-pit mine in a remote area of Kachin State, burying workers and heavy equipment, officials said.

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Philippines Struck by Another Powerful Earthquake

The latest earthquake was centered in Samar, an island in the central eastern part of the country. It came after a quake near Manila killed at least 15 people.

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Strong Earthquake Strikes Philippines, Killing 11 People

The quake, which had a magnitude of 6.1, caused several buildings to collapse and knocked out power near the capital, Manila.

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Philippine Communist Rebels Kill 6 Soldiers, Military Says

The attack was claimed by the New People’s Army, the Communist guerrillas who have been waging an insurgency in the Philippines since 1969.

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Myanmar top court rejects Reuters journalists' appeal

Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo have their seven year sentences upheld by the country's Supreme Court.

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Myanmar’s Highest Court Upholds Conviction of Reuters Journalists

The reporters, U Wa Lone and U Kyaw Soe Oo, won a Pulitzer Prize earlier this month for their reporting on a military massacre of Rohingya Muslims.

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SS Iron Crown: WW2 shipwreck found off Australia

The SS Iron Crown was sunk by a Japanese submarine in 1942, killing 38 sailors.

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Sri Lankans Mourn Victims of Easter Sunday Bombings

The day after coordinated attacks on churches and hotels across Sri Lanka, one Catholic neighborhood mourned its dead.

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India election 2019: Narendra Modi votes in Ahmedabad

He cast his ballot in Gujarat, where he began his political career and served thrice as chief minister.

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Sri Lanka attacks: Family attends funeral

Speaking at his wife's funeral, Lewis Allen recalls the moment he learnt she had died in the Sri Lanka attacks.

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What the Scale of the Sri Lankan Attacks Tells Us

The Easter Sunday bombings unfolded with unusual sophistication and coordination. The result was one of the deadliest terrorist attacks in modern ...

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Easter bombings leave Sri Lankan Christians in shock

During Sri Lanka's decadeslong civil war, St. Sebastian's Church in Katuwapitiya had armed guards. But in recent years, there have been only security ...

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Sri Lanka fears international terror link to Easter Sunday atrocities

The Sri Lankan government has admitted it failed to act on multiple warnings before a coordinated series of attacks ripped through churches and ...

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Bombs tear through Sri Lankan churches and hotels, killing 290 people

At least 290 people were killed and hundreds more wounded in a series of bomb blasts that hit luxury hotels and churches across Sri Lanka on Easter ...

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What we know so far about the Sri Lanka attack victims

While the overwhelming majority of those killed in Sunday's bomb attacks were Sri Lankans, there were also victims from across the world, from the United States to China, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Turkey.

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Sri Lanka attack death toll rises to 290: Live updates

The death toll from a series of bombings across Sri Lanka has risen to 290. Get the latest updates here.

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Sri Lanka only too familiar with deadly violence

When the luxury Shangri-La hotel opened in Colombo in late 2017, it pointed to the relative calm that had emerged in the aftermath of Sri Lanka's decadeslong civil war.

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