ASEAN strongly condemns the terrorist attacks on churches and other civilian establishments across Sri Lanka on 21st April 2019, which resulted in the loss of hundreds of innocent civilian lives and wounded numerous others. ASEAN extends its deepest sympathies and condolences to the bereaved families of the victims, and wishes the injured a speedy recovery.

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As at Friday, 26 April 2019 1800 hours, the number of foreign nationals who have been identified as killed remained at 40. The fatalities were: one (01) from Bangladesh, two (02) from China, eleven (11) from India, three (03) from Denmark, one (01) from Japan, one (01) from the Netherlands, one (01) from Portugal, two […]

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As at Thursday, 25 April 2019 1800 hours, the number of foreign nationals who have been identified as killed is 40. The fatalities were: one (01) from Bangladesh, two (02) from China, eleven (11) from India, three (03) from Denmark, one (01) from Japan, one (01) from the Netherlands, one (01) from Portugal, two (02) […]

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  As at Wednesday, 24 April 2019 1900 hours, the number of foreign nationals who have been identified as killed is 36. The fatalities were: one (01) from Bangladesh, two (02) from China, eleven (11) from India, three (03) from Denmark, one (01) from Japan, one (01) from the Netherlands, one (01) from Portugal, two […]

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As at Tuesday, 23rd  April 2019 4.00 pm, the number of foreign nationals who have been identified as killed is 34. The fatalities are: one (01) from Bangladesh, two (02) from China, ten (10) from India, three (03) from Denmark, one (01) from Japan, one (01) from the Netherlands, one (01) from Portugal, two (02) from […]

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