Sri Lanka’s government have imposed an island-wide curfew after explosions rocked churches and luxury hotels on Easter Sunday, leaving about 290 people dead and 500 wounded.
It’s the worst violence in the country since the 26-year civil war ended a decade ago. Sri Lanka’s political situation has been unstable, leading some to fear a return to conflict. Religious divisions also exist.
Authorities said suspects would be taken into custody. And no one has yet claimed responsibility.