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Sri Lanka is making it cheaper to fly there in an effort to get people to visit after terrorist bombings killed more than 250 people
Sri Lanka was named Lonely Planet's best place to visit in 2019 before the bombings wounded its tourism sector.
Sri Lanka’s president warned Easter attacks may be the start of new global ISIS strategy of targeting smaller countries rather than major Wester...
President Maithripala Sirisena told Sky News the Easter Sunday attacks on Columbo and Negombo could be the first in a new spree of ISIS attacks.
The temporary measure was ordered by President Maithripala Sirisena, and also bans all types of face coverings that could hide someone's identity.
A deadly shootout between Sri Lankan soldiers and suspected militants has killed at least 15 people, including civilians and children
Authorities in Sri Lanka have been conducting raids across the country after bombs erupted on Easter Sunday, targeting luxury hotels and churches.
Sri Lanka’s president has vowed to search ‘every household in the country’ to root out the terrorists responsible for the Easter bom...
With a nation of 22 million people, such an effort would be difficult to accomplish.
Multiple reports say Zahran Hashim was a radical cleric who was driven out of his hometown for his extremist beliefs.
Why the death toll from the Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka was revised downward by roughly 100 people
A series of bombings hit Sri Lanka on Sunday, targeting luxury hotels and churches during the Easter holiday. The new death toll stands at 253.
The wealthy spice trader father of 2 of the Sri Lanka bombing suspects has been arrested and accused of aiding his sons
A police spokesman told CNN on Thursday that Mohammad Yusuf Ibrahim was in custody, along with all other known members of the family in the country.
Sri Lanka has banned drones and is detonating suspicious items around its capital in the aftermath of deadly bombing that killed almost 360 people
Authorities are blaming local extremist group National Thowfeek Jamaath for the fatal blasts that ripped through churches and hotels on Easter Sunday.
Victims of the Christchurch massacre loomed large as Prince William joined New Zealanders and Australians commemorating Anzac Day
Anzac Day honors Australian and New Zealand soldiers who fought a battle on the Gallipoli peninsula on April 25, 1915. Thousands were killed.