Israel has offered Sri Lanka assistance in the aftermath of devastating suicide bombings at churches and hotels on Easter Sunday that left almost 300 people dead and more than 500 injured. It is unclear if anybody was hurt in the explosion.
With the death of two more Indians, the total number of Indian nationals who died in Sri Lanka rose to 10 on Tuesday after a string of devastating suicide blasts tore through churches and luxury hotels across the country on Easter Sunday.
British Prime Minister Theresa May spoke to Sri Lankan leader Ranil Wickremesinghe earlier on Tuesday, where she stressed the UK's solidarity with the people of Sri Lanka.
"We do not believe these attacks were carried out by a group of people who were confined to this country", Senaratne added.
While the prime minister confirmed that "so far the names that have come up [as suspects] are local", cabinet spokesman Rajitha Senaratne said on Monday that the government was considering the role of overseas terrorist groups.
"There was an global network without which these attacks could not have succeeded", Senaratne said.
Though the Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the attack, the Sri Lankan government beleives that the attack was carried out by the Islamist National Thowheeth Jama'ath (NTJ), of which the two brothers were key members.
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Sri Lanka's security forces have launched massive search operations to arrest all those involved and the police said so far 24 suspects had been arrested.
Former President of Sri Lanka Mahinda Rajapaksa held the government responsible for the attacks and stated that a government that can not ensure the safety of its citizens is of no use.
The statement comes after the Sri Lankan authorities announced that they had chose to reimpose a curfew as the country continues to recover from Easter Sunday's deadly bombings, which killed almost 300 people across the country, local media reported.
Almost 300 people were killed and hundreds more wounded after eight explosions tore through Sri Lanka in a series of coordinated blasts that struck three churches and three hotels.
"Terrorists may attack with little or no warning", the updated travel warning reads.
DENMARK: Danish media say three of the four children of Danish business tycoon Anders Holch Povlsen were killed in the attacks.