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  • Debris litters the floor of St. Sebastian’s Church on Sunday following the bombing there in the city of Negombo, north of the Sri Lankan capital of Colombo. Photo: IC_Gallery: Two Chinese Citizens Killed in Sri Lanka Bombings
     
     
    Debris litters the floor of St. Sebastian’s Church on Sunday following the bombing there in the city of Negombo, north of the Sri Lankan capital of Colombo. Photo: IC
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Gallery: One Chinese Citizen Killed in Sri Lanka Bombings

Eight explosions devastated churches and hotels on Easter Sunday in Sri Lanka. Sri Lankan police said Tuesday that the death toll had risen to 310, with more than 500 people reported injured. Late Monday, the Chinese embassy in Sri Lanka revised the number of Chinese citizens who had died to one. It said that five Chinese citizens were missing and five more were injured in Sunday's explosions.This story has been updated to include the latest casualty numbers as of the time of publication on Tuesday.

04.22.2019
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Debris litters the floor of St. Sebastian’s Church on Sunday following the bombing there in the city of Negombo, north of the Sri Lankan capital of Colombo. Photo: IC
Sri Lankan police investigate the scene after Sunday’s bombing of the Shangri-La Hotel in Colombo. Photo: IC
Sri Lankan police officers clear the road for an ambulance carrying people injured Sunday in the church bombings in Colombo. Photo: IC
Worker lay out the corpses that still need to be identified outside of St Anthony’s Shrine on Sunday. The shrine was one of several places of worship that were bombed in Sri Lanka on Easter, Christianity’s most important holiday. Photo: IC
Police and locals inspect the damage in St. Sebastian Church in Negombo. Photo: IC
Protestors in Karachi, Pakistan, light candles Sunday as they condemn the deadly bomb attacks in Sri Lanka. Photo: IC

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