Muslim killed in Sri Lanka riots despite curfew
Mobs have killed a Muslim man and vandalized mosques and stores in Sri Lanka despite a nationwide curfew. The state also shut down social media after Christians interpreted a Facebook post as threatening.
Islamic State leader al-Baghdadi appears in new video
For the first time in five years, the leader of IS has appeared on video. He talks about recent incidents, including the fall of Baghouz last month, and praises the Sri Lanka attacks.
After the tragedy, Sri Lankan tourism braces for impact
More than 350 people lost their lives in terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka on Sunday. The attacks struck at the heart of the country's vibrant tourism industry, a sector of importance to the country’s fragile economy.
Sri Lanka: pros and cons of blocking Facebook to stop the spread of misinformation
Sri Lanka: pros and cons of blocking Facebook to stop the spread of misinformation.
Sri Lanka Attacks: Why target minority christian community?
Sri Lanka Attacks: Why target the minority Christian community?
Assessing the significance of Sri Lanka attacks
Michael Kugelman, deputy director of the Asia Program and senior associate for South Asia at the Wilson Center, talks about the deadly bombings in Sri Lanka. More than 200 people -- including as many as 30 foreigners -- were killed in a series of coordinated explosions on Easter Sunday at churches and luxury hotels across the country.
Sri Lanka face champions India in crucial match
Sri Lanka plays India in the Champions Trophy, knowing that they have to beat the current title-holders to keep their tournament semi-final hopes alive.
Indian help arrives in Sri Lanka as monsoon toll exceeds 150
Indian navy troops offload emergency supplies from the Indian ship Kirch at Colombo harbour - part of a relief operation to assist victims of floods in Sri Lanka.