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THANOS May 16
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ASHKAR ZAIN 9h
The damage is done, now it cannot be undone.
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Daily Times 8h
Sri Lankan social networks saw a surge in fake news after the Easter suicide bombings a month ago despite an official social media blackout, highlighting the inability of governments to contain disinformation.
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The Newsmakers 7h
In the wake of the Easter Sunday church bombings, we ask if the Sri Lankan government has failed to protect its Muslim population from reprisal attacks.
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USMAN UTTRA 16h
: Fake news rampant after despite government-imposed social media ban, with monitors saying they saw a significant increase in false reports
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Tarek Fatah Apr 29
Indian Muslim 'Inspired' by the arrested for planning similar suicide attack in Kerala. The arrested jihadi has been identified as Riyas Aboobacker, aka Abu Dujana, an ISIS recruit.
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Sriganesh Raman May 22
Interesting! Men = flies. Women = jackfruit. And we thought was against women. Please read the article about by in
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Anand Vijay May 19
Fellow citizens have enough time to criticize hinduism, comments on few lynching incidents, ramdan not ramzan, cry for people killed in NewZealand but don't have time to say a word against Or on other incidents were victims were Non Muslim.
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Gajanthan J May 6
Release the Jaffna university students immediately...
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FoolishPerspectives May 21
knew of the blasts? Are they part of the problem Cable to the Saudi ambassador to signed foreign minister - ensure Saudi citizens not travel near churches on Easter Sunday
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RT May 7
All suspected plotters arrested or dead – police STORY: VIDEO: Police detains 7 suspects in connection to bombings
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Hindustan Times May 12
Saudi scholar arrested over Easter bombings in Sri Lanka
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Fazal Fariz Apr 29
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Mirror Now May 14
| After riots broke out in North-Western Sri Lanka, government has temporarily suspended social media. The president has banned extremist organisations & extra power is given to security personnel to take action against people violating the law
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EconomicTimes May 7
All the Islamic extremists involved in the Easter suicide are either killed or arrested, Sri Lankan police and military chiefs have claimed, assuring that the country is now safe and can get back to normalcy. .
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Catholic News Service 19h
May 21 prayer service outside St. Sebastian Church in Negombo, Sri Lanka, for the souls of those who were killed on Easter by bomb attacks by Islamist militants. (CNS photo/ Reuters)
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Shehan Chamika Silva May 22
BREAKING: AG directs Acting IGP to initiate criminal inquiries against IGP, Ex. Def. Sec, State Intel. Chief, STF Commanding Off & West. Pro. Senior DIG for lapses in duty over
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The Newsmakers May 22
Mosques and Muslim-owned businesses were targeted in a violent backlash after the Easter Sunday terror attacks in Sri Lanka. Is the government ignoring sectarian tensions? Joining us are and .
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Looking Glass May 22
Replying to @gobiratnam
It was the that invented the suicide vasts and were the first to use humans for bombs! such savagery, mass murderers.
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SUKARNA PATIL May 22
Don't be surprised if SL government is termed as extremist and Islamophobic !
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