Police inspect the explosion area at the Shangri-La Hotel in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on Monday. Photo: REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
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Japanese woman dead, 4 other Japanese injured in Sri Lanka attacks

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I share PM Abe's extreme anger at these terror attacks. Unforgivable and cowardly. It was done in the name of an evil belief and religion. Rest in Peace to all the innocent victims.

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It looks like a duck, walks like a duck and flies like a duck but it hasn’t quacked yet.

All the hallmarks of a duck. And the Sri Lankan government is now saying religious terrorism with probable foreign influence.

Even on TV they have started calling it the work of an international religious terror group.

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@always. You really want japan to become like a country country that in just the last few months has shot around 12000, mostly unarmed children in the knee caps with explosive ammunition? Holder of the world record for U.N. resolutions?

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"Not only do we not know who the attackers were"

Yes we do. The government on Monday blamed National Thowheeth Jama’ath, a little-known radical Islamist organization

Well else is new?

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alwaysspeakingwisdom... could be Islamic. Could have been Buddhist... like the...some... terroristic buddhists of Sri Lanka, Myanmar and Aum in Japan.

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My heart to all of the victims.

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