We pay a visit to 28-year-old Raja, a dolphin-tour operator from Sri Lanka.
Pakistan has been put on a terror financing watchlist by a global watchdog. Following the 37-nation bloc's decision on Wednesday, Islamabad lifted a ban on a radical Sunni leader with alleged ties to al Qaeda.
Violent clashes between Buddhists and Muslims have forced Sri Lanka to impose a state of emergency. Despite the move, the government appears uncertain about how to respond to the violence, says analyst Alan Keenan.
Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena has lifted a nationwide state of emergency imposed 12 days ago in a bid to quell Buddhist-Muslim clashes. Communal tensions are on the rise in the Indian Ocean's island nation.
The decision comes after the government deployed elite police to quell communal violence in the center of the country. Traditionally peaceful relations been Muslims and Sinhalese have become tense in recent years.
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