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Sri Lanka's new PM blames 'last administration' for country's crisis as protesters clash with police

Sky News Thursday, 19 May 2022
Sri Lanka's new PM blames 'last administration' for country's crisis as protesters clash with policeSri Lanka's prime minister has told Sky News that "the last administration is to blame" for the country's current crisis.
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News video: Sri Lanka plans to sell state-run airlines to overcome economic crisis |Oneindia News

Sri Lanka plans to sell state-run airlines to overcome economic crisis |Oneindia News 02:38

The new Sri Lankan government under the leadership of Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe has decided to sell off state-owned Sri Lankan Airlines to overcome the economic crisis in the country. #SriLanka #EconmicCrisis #RanilWickremesinghe

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