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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption Footage shows a man with a large backpack calmly walking towards St Sebastian's church. The Islamic State (IS) group may be linked to bomb blasts which killed 321 people and wounded 500 in Sri Lanka, the country's prime minister has said. Ranil Wickremesinghe said the government believed Sunday's attacks could not have been carried out without links to terror groups abroad. The first mass funeral was held on Tuesday as Sri Lanka marked an official day of mourning for the victims. A state of emergency remains in effect to prevent further attacks. "This could not have been done just locally," Mr Wickremesinghe said. "There had been t... Full story

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