Sri Lanka identifies 42 foreigners killed in Easter bombings

Sri Lanka identifies 42 foreigners killed in Easter bombings

Sri Lanka's forensic experts have been able to identify the identities of 42 foreigners who were killed in the bomb attacks on churches and hotels in Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka, on Easter on April 21.

According to Western media, quoting the Sri Lankan Foreign Ministry, there are still 12 foreigners missing.

She pointed out that the remains of the morgue remains of human bodies did not identify the identities of the owners.

According to the Sri Lankan Foreign Ministry, he was killed The Passover bombings 11 citizens from India, 6 from Britain, 4 from China and 3 from Denmark. Saudi Arabia, Spain and Turkey also lost two of their nationals in the bombings. Japanese, Dutch, Portuguese, Swiss, American and Bengali were also killed. .

Earlier, the Colombian authorities announced that "25 foreign nationals have been repatriated" to date.

The bloody bombings claimed 253 lives and wounded 500 others.

Source: Agencies


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