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More tributes paid across North-East for Easter Sunday attack victims

Multi-faith leaders join prayers at Nallur temple

More memorials and vigils were held across the North-East in tribute of the victims of the Easter Sunday attacks in Batticaloa and Colombo which killed over 250 people.

Prayers in Muthur East

Prayer vigils were held in Trincomalee at the Sampur Arasady Nagambal temple and Muthur East Muthumari Amman temple, as well as at Jaffna's Nallur Murugan temple.

The Tamil National People's Front (TNPF) also held a memorial event at its headquarters in Jaffna. (pictured above and below)

Sampur (above), Muthur East (below)


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