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Suspected leader of the militant group that attacked Sri Lanka died in blast at the Shangri-La hotel.
Places of worship could be hit by extremists this weekend Sri Lanka warns as it revises down death toll.
ANALYSIS: The attacks in Sri Lanka and Christchurch look vastly different, but contribute to the same net result.
Inside the sprawling Sri Lankan home with a white BMW parked outside, there was a terrifying secret.
Turkish nationals won't be joining Anzac Day commemorations at the Gallipoli Peninsula after a directive from their government.
One bomber studied in Australia and the UK, and is understood to be the son of a wealthy spice merchant.
North Korean leader greets Russia with a tip of the hat as he steps off train to traditional bread and salt gifts.
Delicia Fernando sat at the front of church, while her husband stood at the back. The decision cost him his life.
Sri Lankan officials received a memo mentioning the Christchurch attacks 10 days before the Easter bombings.
OPINION: Sri Lanka is banning social media access in the aftermath of deadly bombings. It's a dangerous path.
Sri Lanka's prime minister warned there are more explosives and militants "out there" after Easter suicide bombings.
But PM's office says NZ has "not yet seen any intelligence" linking Sri Lanka bombings and Christchurch shootings - as Islamic State claims responsibility.
He went to park the car as his wife and daughter went into church in Sri Lanka. Then the blast rang out.
Footage shows a building in Manila swaying and emptying its rooftop swimming pool during an aftershock of the 6.1 magnitude quake.