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Sri Lankan doctors strike over salary ‘injustice’
Doctors at state-run hospitals across Sri Lanka began a 24-hour strike on Wednesday, demanding that the government resolve what they say is a salary “injustice.”
Sri Lanka, Iran negotiate tea trade
Sri Lanka is likely to sign a deal with Iran to sell its famed tea over the next two years in exchange for the settlement of loans obtained for the purchase of oil.
Sri Lanka curbs Saudi influence after Wahhabi-inspired bombings
Sri Lanka is moving to curtail Saudi Arabian influence, after some politicians and Buddhist monks blamed the spread of the kingdom’s ultra-conservative Wahhabi school for planting the seeds of militancy that culminated in deadly Easter bomb attacks.
Sri Lanka curbs Saudi influence after bombings
Sri Lanka is moving to curtail Saudi Arabian influence, after some politicians and Buddhist monks blamed the spread of the kingdom’s ultraconservative Wahhabi school for planting the seeds of militancy that culminated in deadly Easter bomb attacks.
Police chief faces crimes against humanity charge over Sri Lanka attacks
Sri Lanka's police chief and a top defense official should be tried for "grave crimes against humanity" over failure to prevent Easter bombings that killed 258, the state prosecutor says.
Daesh turning to Indian Ocean region: Report
Terrorists from the Daesh group are likely to conduct attacks in India and Sri Lanka, a report says, citing intelligence.
Sri Lanka police bring five Easter bomb suspects back from Saudi Arabia
Five Sri Lankans suspected of having links to Easter Sunday bombings that killed more than 250 people were brought home in police custody on Friday after being deported from Saudi Arabia, police said.
Sri Lankan delegation to hold talks with Iran on tea exports
A government delegation is set to hold talks with Iranian officials this week to develop a payment mechanism for Sri Lankan tea exports to Iran, Plantation Industries Minister Navin Dissanayake said.
Sri Lanka leader fires intelligence boss after criticism over bombings
Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena fired the country’s chief of national intelligence after he suggested the leader knew about warnings that deadly Easter bombings were in the works.
Escalating Sri Lankan riots claim first life
Sri Lanka announced Tuesday a curfew for a second straight night after a man was killed by sword-wielding rioters in an escalating anti-Muslim backlash following the Easter terror attacks.
Saudi scholar’s arrest in Sri Lanka sparks concerns of Wahhabi influence
Authorities in Sri Lanka have arrested a Saudi-educated preacher over links with the suspected mastermind of bombings last month, throwing a spotlight on the role of Salafi-Wahhabi terrorism in South Asia.
Saudi scholar’s arrest in Sri Lanka sparks concerns of Wahhabi influence
Authorities in Sri Lanka arrested a Saudi-educated preacher over links with the suspected mastermind of bombings last month, throwing a spotlight on the role of Salafi-Wahhabi terrorism in South Asia.
Sri Lanka tourism takes a hit after bombings
Sri Lanka’s $4.4 billion tourism industry is reeling from cancellations as travelers shun the sun and sand Indian Ocean island after multiple suicide bombings that killed over 250 people two weeks ago.
At least 15 killed as Sri Lanka police raid suspected hideout
Fifteen people including six children were died during a raid on their home by Sri Lankan security forces in which three cornered suicide bombers detonated their explosives and others traded gunfire with police.
Sri Lanka on high alert as police hunt 140 Daesh members
President Maithripala Sirisena says the country's police and security forces are looking for more than 100 individuals with links to the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group.

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