Nearly 200 killed as explosions rock churches and hotels in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday

At least 140 people are dead and hundreds more injured in attacks at several high-end hotels and churches in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday, according to multiple media reports.            [Author: USA TODAY]

Sri Lanka church and hotel explosions: More than 200 dead in Easter Sunday bomb attacks

At least 7 blasts at churches and hotels Britons among dozens of foreigners killed - police Churches were full of people attending Easter services Suicide bombers 'behind at least two of the attacks' Death toll rising rapidly, hospitals overcome with injured Seven suspects arrested  World leaders and cricket stars have reacted with horror More than 200 people have been killed and 450 injured in a string of bomb attacks on hotels and churches as worshippers attended Easter services. Ameri...

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Mueller report is quite the page-turner

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Sri Lanka Bombings Live Updates: Deadly Carnage at Churches and Hotels

Several explosions were said to have killed more than 200 people. It was not immediately clear who was responsible.
Tags: Churches (Buildings, Deaths (Fatalities, Sri Lanka, Bombs and Explosives, Hotels and Travel Lodgings

World Championship 2019: Ding Junhui beats Anthony McGill

China's Ding Junhui beats Scotland's Anthony McGill 10-7 to reach the second round of the World Championship in Sheffield.

Sri Lanka explosions: what we know so far

Officials say 207 people have been killed in the Easter Sunday attacksLive updates: Sri Lanka church and hotel explosionsFull report: Sri Lanka imposes immediate curfew after attacksA series of explosions has rocked Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday. Here is what we know so far:At least 207 people have been killed and 450 more injured in a series of explosions targeting churches holding Easter services and hotels in Sri Lanka.Most of the dead are believed to have been Sri Lankans, with officials saying...
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In pictures: Coordinated attacks in Sri Lanka kill hundreds

A series of bomb blasts struck luxury hotels and churches across Sri Lanka early Sunday. At least 140 people were killed and 560 injured in the coordinated terror attacks, which have put the entire country on lockdown.

Sri Lanka Photos: Destruction and Despair on a Christian Day of Worship

Images of the churches that were attacked showed smashed pews, broken statues and charred beams. Windows, floors and ceilings were blown out at the hotels.
Tags: Churches (Buildings, Sri Lanka, Terrorism, Hotels and Travel Lodgings

Greece to ask Germany for billions in war reparations

MPs vote to put pressure on Berlin as European parliamentary elections loomGreece is poised to send Germany a formal diplomatic note detailing its demand for billions of euros in wartime reparations after MPs voted overwhelmingly for the emotive issue to be raised officially.In a move bound to stir sentiment ahead of crucial European parliament elections, Athens vowed to pile pressure on Berlin, taking legal and diplomatic steps that will throw the spotlight on crimes committed during the brutal...
Tags: Greece, Europe, World news, Germany, Alexis Tsipras, Angela Merkel, European elections, European Union, Politics, Second world war

Memo: Pentagon considering designating fentanyl a weapon of mass destruction

Top military and Homeland Security officials are considering classifying fentanyl as a weapon of mass destruction, according to an internal DHS memo.

Pentagon, DHS considering designating fentanyl a WMD, memo says

Top military and Homeland Security officials are considering classifying fentanyl as a weapon of mass destruction, according to an internal DHS memo.

What we learned watching Robert Mueller for 18 months

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Sri Lanka explosions: More than 200 killed as churches and hotels targeted

At least 207 people are killed and 400 hurt in eight blasts in churches and hotels, as a curfew is announced.

Redact, rework or sign PDFs effortlessly with this Mac app

Believe it or not, PDF files have been the go-to format for contracts and forms of any type since 1993. And sure, they're easily shareable - but that's about it. When you need to edit or sign a document - and you will - that's when frustration can set in. Luckily, there are workarounds, and PDF Expert for Mac is one of the best out there. This all-in-one piece of software hacks through all the stubborn aspects of any PDF, allowing you to edit any text, images or links in the document - and that'...
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Provincial election losses may help Justin Trudeau's green agenda

Rightwing provinces fighting his carbon tax could be a boon to embattled Canadian leaderFor months, Canada’s prime minister Justin Trudeau has been dogged by an ever-deepening political scandal that has dragged down his popularity and threatened his re-election prospects. In yet another blow, Trudeau last week lost one of his most important allies in the country’s fight against climate change in a bitterly contested regional election in Alberta.But for the embattled Liberal prime minister the lo...
Tags: Canada, Justin Trudeau, Environment, Carbon tax, Americas, World news

After Mueller Report, What Are The Next Steps For Lawmakers?

Republicans and Democrats remain as divided as ever over the information revealed in the redacted Mueller report. But the ball is now in House Democrats' court.

Former Astronaut On Watching For Life-Destroying Objects From Space

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A Roundup Of Mueller Report Reactions

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New Campaign Would Allow Cryptocurrency Donations To Be Distributed To Venezuelans

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WalletHub CEO: Growing Credit Card Debt Is An Economic Warning Sign

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Sunday Puzzle: City Sounds

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After The Flames, Notre Dame's Centuries-Old Organ May Never Be The Same Again

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Pieter Devos wins Miami Beach leg of Global Champions Tour

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Slowing US growth could be good for investors. Here's why

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Sri Lanka caught off-guard by attacks despite its violent recent past

Much bitterness and grievance remain in country where war is unfinished business for someLive updates: Sri Lanka church and hotel explosionsFull report: Sri Lanka imposes immediate curfew after attacksCoordinated bomb attacks on worshippers attending Easter church services and multiple other targets across Sri Lanka were the work of terrorists or religious extremists, a government minister has suggested.But after the murderous wave of indiscriminate violence shocked and paralysed the country on ...
Tags: Sri Lanka attacks, World news, Sri Lanka, South and Central Asia

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