Sri Lanka stunned by 'unprecedented' deadly Easter attacks
Clip: 04/22/2019 | 4m 7s
A wave of suicide bombings in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday has the country grieving, on edge and under a national emergency. At least 290 people died in the attack, which the government blamed on a little-known Jihadist group. Police arrested multiple suspects and worked to disarm additional bombs, as officials admitted they had ignored warnings of an attack weeks before. Judy Woodruff reports.
Aired: 04/22/19Video has closed captioning.
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