CCTV footage shows Sri Lanka bombing suspect

CCTV footage shows a man carrying a rucksack walking and entering St Sebastian’s Church in Negombo on Easter Sunday. At least 321 people were killed by suicide bomb blasts on that ripped through three hotels and three churches as worshippers attended Easter services. CCTV IMAGES

Sri Lanka church bomber caught on cam moments before explosion

CCTV footage from Sri Lankan media shows the man suspected of bombing a Catholic Church in Negombo arriving at the scene shortly before the deadly explosion – one of a string of attacks that left hundreds dead on Easter Sunday.

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Sri Lanka: Morning breaks at St Sebastian’s church

Morning breaks at St Sebastian’s Church in Negombo, Sri Lanka, where dozens of people were killed in an explosion on Easter Sunday. The government on Tuesday imposed a state of emergency hours after it blamed a local Islamist group for a series of suicide bomb blasts that killed at least 290 people, including dozens of foreigners.

Sri Lanka blasts: Aftermath of Negombo & Batticaloa churches explosions

Eight explosions have rocked Colombo, Sri Lanka’s largest city today, killing about 160 people in the series of blasts that hit hotels and churches.

No group has claimed responsibility for the apparently coordinated attacks so far.

Sri Lanka’s defense ministry has reportedly order a night curfew in the wake of the blasts. The curfew, declared at about 3pm local time, is set to last from 6pm to 6am.

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