Nagpur : A new bomb has been found in Colombo, three days after suicide blasts killed over 300 and injured 500 people in Sri Lanka, news agency Reuters reported.
Three churches and four hotels were hit by suicide bombers on Sunday morning, killing 321 people and wounding 500, sending shockwaves through an island state that has been relatively peaceful since a civil war ended a decade ago.
The attack was claimed by ISIS on Tuesday. Sri Lanka had earlier named a local Islamist group, National Thowheeth Jama’ath, as the chief suspect, for the incident act that has sparked international outrage.
The suicide strikes sent shockwaves through the island state that has been relatively peaceful since a civil war ended a decade ago.