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Image caption Lorraine Campbell, 55, was an IT director at UAE automotive firm, Al-Futtaim. A woman from Manchester has been confirmed as the eighth British victim killed in a wave of bombings in Sri Lanka. IT director Lorraine Campbell, 55, was staying at Colombo's Cinnamon Grand Hotel on a business trip when she died. A senior executive at the Dubai-based company she worked for emailed staff to say she had "tragically lost her life". The firm said "two of our colleagues" had been caught up in the blasts. UAE automotive firm, Al-Futtaim, gave no further information about the other employee. The email to staff read: "It is with a heavy heart I inform you that two of our colleagues were caught up in Sunday's terror attacks in Sri Lanka. Full story

24 April

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