Sri Lanka has held a day of mourning and the first funerals for victims of the Easter Sunday bomb attacks. The death toll has risen to over 320 people, among them at least 45 children, as more victims succumbed to their injuries.
Sri Lankan Catholics have attended their first regular Mass in Colombo since bomb attacks by suspected jihadis on Easter Sunday. Catholic schools are expected to reopen next week.
The Muslim community in Sri Lanka is facing a backlash after the April 21 bombings. They are asking for tolerance amid a growing atmosphere of mistrust and animosity. Nimisha Jaiswal reports from Negombo.
Investigations are continuing in Sri Lanka after the Easter suicide bombings that killed more than 300 people. The first funerals have been held as the island nation mourns.
The series of bloody attacks in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday sent shockwaves throughout the world. Religious leaders from around the globe have reacted to the bombings, in which over 300 people were killed.
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