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If you want to get this briefing by email, sign-up here. SRI LANKA SECURITY ROW AFTER BOMBINGS. Sri Lanka's prime minister has said his cabinet was not told that security agencies had been watching the National Thowheed Jamath jihadist group which is accused of carrying out a series of bombings against churches and hotels, killing at least 290 people. Ranil Wickremesinghe was reportedly left out of intelligence briefings due to a rift with the country's president, Maithripala Sirisena. But one of Mr Sirisena's advisers said warnings about jihadist activity had been "correctly circulated among security and police". One Sri Lankan minister has described the Easter Sunday attacks as a "colossa... Full story

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