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Sri Lanka Violence Intensifies, 8 People Died In Clash

In Sri Lanka violence intensified after the government called for an emergency nationwide curfew and the resignation of PM Rajapaksa. In Negombo, violence broke out leading to the killing of eight people, in the past 24 hours. Furthermore, the protestors gathered on road in support of the Prime Minister. Meanwhile, approximately 216 people were injured and are being admitted in Colombo, the capital city.

Wed, 11 May 2022 - 10:25 AM / by Varsha Joshi

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