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Daesh admits Sri Lanka attacks as minister says it was ‘retaliation for Christchurch’

  • Daesh says it carried the bomb attacks in Sri Lanka that killed 321 people
  • Footage shows one bomber, wearing a heavy backpack entering the St. Sebastian church in Katuwapitiya
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Saudia boss issues tribute to cabin crew killed in Sri Lanka bomb attacks

  • The airline announced on Monday that the two cabin crew had been killed in the attacks
  • The death toll in Sri Lanka rose to 321 on Tuesday and includes many nationalities
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Egypt referendum extending El-Sisi rule to 2030 passes with 88 percent of vote

  • Turnout was 44.33% of eligible voters
  • Pro-government media, business people and lawmakers had pushed for a "Yes" vote
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Saudi deputy defense minister arrives in Russia for official visit

  • Prince Khalid was welcomed by Saudi Ambassador to Russia Dr. Raed Qurmali and other high ranking officials
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Amnesty urges Lebanon to help end domestic worker abuse

  • Ethiopia and the Philippines have banned their citizens from domestic work in Lebanon, but still their citizens find ways to come
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Why the Armenian Genocide won’t be forgotten

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Unspeakable grief: A husband, wife and three children wiped out in Sri Lanka

  • The Gomez family gather for funeral of a husband and wife and their three sons
  • They were brutally killed as they attended Easter Sunday Mass at Colombo’s St. Joseph’s Shrine
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Saudi Real Estate Refinance Co. plans up to $1.07bn sukuk sale this year

  • The plan by SRC, a subsidiary of Saudi Arabia’s sovereign Public Investment Fund, comes as it prepares to purchase more home loan portfolios
  • SRC, formed in 2017, is also keen to tap foreign institutional investors for its debt sale this year
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Eriksen late show keeps Spurs on course for top four finish

  • Erikssen’s long-range strike gave Spurs the win over Brighton
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New Zealand, France announce bid to end violent extremism online

  • A French Muslim group said on Monday it was suing Facebook and YouTube for allowing the grisly live broadcast of Christchurch massacre to be streamed
By AFP ·