Massacre in Sri Lanka due to attacks on hotels and churches

During attacks on three churches and three luxury hotels in Sri Lanka, more than a hundred people died on Sunday and at least four hundred people were injured. There are also dozens of foreigners among the victims.


During attacks on three churches and three luxury hotels in Sri Lanka, more than a hundred people died on Sunday and at least four hundred people were injured. There are also dozens of foreigners among the victims.

The first reports of attacks arrived within around 10 a.m. local time (Photo: ANP).

Among other things, three churches on both the east and west coast of Sri Lanka were hit by explosions (Photo: ANP).

Photos show the havoc after the attack in one of the churches (Photo: Getty Images).

Explosions also took place in three luxury hotels in the capital Colombo, including the Shangri-La Hotel in the photo (Photo: ANP).

The attack has not been claimed on Sunday morning (Photo: ANP).

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Netherlands tightened the travel advice to Sri Lanka on Sunday morning due to "security risks" (Photo: ANP).

It is not yet known on Sunday morning whether there are Dutch among the victims (Source: ANP).

See also: Possible Dutch people among victims of Sri Lanka attacks

See also: At least 138 dead and 400 injured by explosions in churches and hotels in Sri Lanka

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