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Sri Lanka on alert as Buddhist hardliners hold first meeting after Easter attacks

Reuters Sunday, 7 July 2019
Police lined the streets of the Sri Lankan highland town of Kandy on Sunday and the army was on standby as hardline Buddhist monks gathered for their first big assembly since Easter attacks by Islamist militants on churches and luxury hotels.
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