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my volume up what is put into one of the most fun at least a hundred and thirty eight people have been killed and many others injured after a series of blasts at churches and hotels in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday bringing an end to the law in major attacks since the end of the civil war ten years ago the explosions some of which officials say a suicide bombs between the media's clamp down the government quickly declared a curfew and blocks access to most major social media and messaging sites me if you do the month right dead prime minister Ranil Wickremesinghe strongly condemned what he called it how would you get tax , some luxury hotels with targeted in the capital of Colombo such as the five star Shangri la thirties from local media straight damage from the blast inside one of the hotels with ambulances driving away with the injured , number national hospital said that many when two people were brought in for treatment and according to a minute to spokesperson troops have been deployed and security step topic Colombo's International Airport there were no immediate claims of responsibility for the attacks in a country that was a poor for decades with Tamil separatists until two thousand and nine during that time bomb blast in the capital will common