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the Islamist militants behind the Easter Sunday bombings that killed more than two hundred fifty people entry Lanka are still at large and could be planning more violent attacks that's according to US ambassador to Sri Lanka Elena tablets who spoke to Reuters on Tuesday that we do believe that there is active plotting under way and we have warned US citizens and of course others who might meet our warnings %HESITATION to be mindful of of places that might make attractive targets for terrorists despite scores of suspected Islamist arrested following the bombings at three churches and for hotels Sri Lankan security forces say they remain on high alert amid intelligence reports warning that militants are likely to strike again before the beginning of Ramadan on Monday Sri Lankan officials have acknowledged intelligence warnings from India before the Easter attacks weren't shared widely enough well the government of Sri Lanka has admitted lapses %HESITATION in intelligence on and failures along the way I think that's a positive sign towards out working to correct those lapses the FBI is now assisting Sri Lankan authorities in the investigation but tablets declined to give more details hi Monica to an ideal him all the contestants us on Monday the media network for ISIS published a video it said was its leader Abu Bakar al Baghdadi his first appearance since two thousand fourteen in which he said at the Sri Lanka bombings were the work of Islamic state the authenticity and date of the recording could not be independently verified when that can serve