40 foreign nationals killed in blasts identified

UPDATE ON FOREIGN NATIONAL CASUALTIES AT EXPLOSIONS IN SRI LANKA – 25 APRIL 2019 Media Releases | Thu, 25 Apr 2019 As at Thursday, 25 April 2019 1800 hours, the number of foreign nationals who have been identified as killed is 40. The fatalities were: one (01) from Bangladesh, two (02) from China, eleven (11) from India, three (03) from Denmark, one (01) from Japan, one (01) from the Netherlands, one (01) from Portugal, two (02) from Saudi Arabia, two (02) from Spain, one (01) from Switzerland, two (02) from Turkey,…

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Vital info on terror attacks revealed by arrested suspects

Security authorities have extracted vital information from the terrorist suspects arrested in connection with the series bombings on Easter Sunday. A person arrested in Dambulla has been identified as the second-in-command of the terror network operated by Thowheed Jama’at. Investigations have also revealed that military training for the assailants was provided by a person called Army Mohideen while weapons training was conducted overseas and at some local locations in the Eastern Province, Nuwara Eliya and Wanathawilluwa. The assailants had been provided with physical training at a gymnasium and by indulging…

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Sri Lanka bomber’s UK university chief raised terror fears about student

Sri Lanka bomber Jameel Mohamed ‘under police surveillance’ while … https://www.telegraph.co.uk › News 10 hours ago – The Easter Sunday suicide bomber who lived and studied in the UK had … Sri Lanka bomber Jameel Mohamed ‘under police surveillance’ while he plotted attack … in Tooting in south London before flying home at the end of September 2007. ….. Jill Dando: 20 Year Mystery, review: this film revived hope of finding her killer. Sri Lanka bombing – Brit-educated suicide bomber pictured as a … https://www.thesun.co.uk/…/sri-lanka-bombing-brit-educated-suicide-bomber-pictured-a… 22 hours ago – Abdul Lathief Jameel Mohamed – who spent a year studying at London’s … A…

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MADE IN BRITAIN? Sri Lanka bombing –ISIS suicide terrorist studied at UK uni

Did you know Abdul Lathief Jameel Mohamed? If so, please email mark.hodge@the-sun.co.uk or call call +44 (0) 207 782 4398. We pay for your stories MADE IN BRITAIN?  Sri Lanka bombing –ISIS suicide terrorist studied at UK uni branded hotbed of extremism by David Cameron UK cops are probing whether Abdul Lathief Jameel Mohamed was radicalised while studying at Kingston University By Mark Hodge ONE of the warped Sri Lankan suicide bombers studied at a UK university sensationally branded a hotbed of extremism by David Cameron. Abdul Lathief Jameel Mohamed…

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