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prayers and tears at a memorial service one month after bombings in Sri Lanka by Islamist militants killed more than two hundred and fifty people hundreds of worshipers including survivors and relatives of the victims gathered outside St Anthony's trying a Catholic Church in the capital of Colombo that was attacked on Easter Sunday remember all those who have worn the Islamic state targeted to other churches and three luxury hotels in April twenty first shocking the island sound like nineteen year old Gloria who did not want to share her last name recalled how the day took a tragic turn for her family at this very church , by the way , Gloria lost her father in the attack in the wake of the Easter bombings violence has erupted again Sri Lanka's most limbs or make up less than ten percent of the population with reports of angry mobs storming mosques and targeting Muslim owned shops just last week in the northwestern province of %HESITATION Nagla , they went down the road throwing rocks at houses and they returned and set fire to the door and are things we couldn't go out because we were scared we came out they would kill us we stayed inside , Sri Lanka has imposed curfews and use temporary bans on social media to deter misinformation police say almost all suspects in plotters involved in the April attacks have either been arrested or were dead