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dozens of people have been arrested in Sri Lanka as questions continue about who was responsible for the east with hike that's killed hundreds , a string of bones toll free for luxury hotels and three churches is Kristin's gathered for Easter Sunday services , most of the victims were Sri Lankans and more than thirty phone is from elsewhere in Asia Europe and the US have been reportedly killed the more than twenty four hours after the bombings there's still been no claim of responsibility the US state department updated its travel advisory for sure langkah saying quote terrorists with continuing to plot to possible attacks in the country chilling because prime minister said on Sunday that the government did have prior information about possible attacks on churches he said it involved a little known Islamist group but said ministers had not been informed three police officers that were killed when security forces raided a house in the capital several hours after the attack the concern now is that it could spark a renewal of communal violence police reported late on Sunday that being a petrol bomb attack on a mosque and also the tax on to shops and by Muslims in different parts of the country the government has blocks social media and messaging sites making information hard to come by so far police say one of the attack sites is suspected to have involved a suicide bombing with little information on the others the attacks have drawn strong condemnation from politicians and religious leaders the pope wanted the boss as cruel violence in his Easter Sunday message twenty states %HESITATION it'll Lori the death toll could still rise as hospitals treat around five hundred people with injuries from the blasts