Sri Lanka observes three minutes of silence after Easter attacks

In tribute to the victims of Sunday's attacks, the flags were lowered to half-mast in the country.


In tribute to the victims of Sunday's attacks, the flags were lowered to half-mast in the country.

Three minutes of silence were observed Tuesday morning in Sri Lanka in tribute to nearly 300 people killed Sunday in a series of attacks on the island.

The flags were lowered at half-mast and people bowed in a sign of respect from 8.30 am, the time of the first attacks on Easter Day.

ref: europe1

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