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A woman is overcome with emotion as she attends the funeral of a person killed in the Easter Sunday attack on St Sebastian's Church, on April 24, 2019 in Negombo, Sri Lanka. Carl Court/Getty Images hide caption

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Sri Lanka Buries Its Dead After Easter Sunday Attacks Kill Hundreds

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Kim Jong Un, Vladimir Putin To Meet Face-To-Face In Vladivostok

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News Brief: Sri Lanka Attacks, Russian Interference, Kim-Putin Summit

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Sociology professor Chan Kin-man (left), law professor Benny Tai (center), and Baptist minister Chu Yiu-ming (right) chant slogans before entering the West Kowloon Magistrates Court in Hong Kong on Wednesday to receive their sentences after being convicted on "public nuisance" charges for their role in organizing mass pro-democracy protests in 2014. Anthony Wallace/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Investigation Into The Easter Sunday Attacks Continues In Sri Lanka

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Remembering The Victims Of The Easter Sunday Attacks In Sri Lanka

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Mourners gather during a mass funeral at St. Sebastian's Church in Negombo on Tuesday, following a series of coordinated bombings of churches and hotels in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday. Carl Court/Getty Images hide caption

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Why The Easter Sunday Attacks Targeting Christians In Sri Lanka Were So Shocking

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Terrorism Expert Weighs In On ISIS Claim Of Responsibility In Sri Lanka Attacks

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The name of India's Mughalsarai railway station, near Varanasi, was changed last year to Deen Dayal Upadhyaya, for a right-wing Hindu leader who died there in 1968. Dhiraj Singh/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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India Is Changing Some Cities' Names, And Muslims Fear Their Heritage Is Being Erased

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A resident looks at the rubble of St. Catherine church on Tuesday, including the toppled head of a statue, following a 6.1 magnitude earthquake in Pampanga province northwest of Manila the previous day. Bullit Marquez/AP hide caption

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Relatives place flowers after the burial of three family members who died in an Easter Sunday bomb blast at St. Sebastian Church in Negombo, Sri Lanka, on Monday. Gemunu Amarasinghe/AP hide caption

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India Redefines Itself Through Its Majority Hindu Faith

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Sri Lanka Attacks May Have Been In Retaliation For New Zealand Massacre

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