Escalating Sri Lankan anti-Muslim riots claim first life
The Sri Lankan government has declared a second night of curfew while 13 have been arrested.
Sri Lanka has announced a second night of curfew after a man was killed in anti-Muslim riots as the violence escalates. – EPA pic, May 14, 2019.
Violence broke out late Monday, three weeks after Islamist extremist bombings killed 258 people, with rampaging mobs carrying out arson attacks and 2,000 people vandalising a mosque, witnesses said.Read more: TheMalaysianInsight
Cops stop attempt to smuggle Sri Lankan migrants PETALING JAYA: Police have crippled a human-trafficking syndicate that attempted to smuggle Sri Lankan migrants using fake passports. Inspector-Genera...
Sri Lanka anti-Muslim riots kill one despite curfew The man dies shortly after admission to a hospital after mobs attacked him with sharp weapons at his carpentry workshop. srilanka
Sri Lanka anti-Muslim riots kill one despite curfew COLOMBO: Mobs slashed to death a Sri Lankan Muslim man despite a nationwide curfew imposed Monday night after anti-Muslim riots spread to three distri...
Sri Lanka blocks social media after anti-Muslim riots COLOMBO: Sri Lanka blocked Facebook, WhatsApp and other social media platforms on Monday after anti-Muslim riots hit several towns in the latest fallo...
Sri Lanka blocks social media after anti-Muslim unrest Religion is not a cure for anything.
Curfew holds in Sri Lanka province after anti-Muslim unrest death | The Malaysian Insight 45-year-old man killed by a mob in backlash against Easter massacre.
Sri Lanka town under curfew after anti-Muslim attacks COLOMBO: Sri Lankan troops in a northern town fired shots into the air and police imposed a curfew Sunday after mobs attacked a mosque, in renewed rel...
Sri Lanka blocks some social media platforms after violent incidents COLOMBO (May 13): The Sri Lankan government said on Monday it was temporarily blocking some social media networks and messaging apps, including Facebook and WhatsApp, after violent incidents in the wake of Easter bombings by Islamist militants.Several dozen people threw stones at mosques and Muslim-owned stores and a man was beaten in the town of Chilaw on the west coast on Sunday in a dispute that started on Facebook, sources told Reuters. Sri Lankan media also reported incidents in
Sri Lanka blocks social media after FB post-triggered riots | The Malaysian Insight Christian groups attack Muslim-owned outlets after shopkeeper's post taken to be a warning of impending attack.
Sri Lanka Catholics hold first Sunday mass after Easter attacks The sprawling church car park was empty as the authorities bars vehicles from entering the compound as part of high-level security. srilanka