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• The Islamic State claimed responsibility on Tuesday for the Easter Sunday bombings at churches and hotels in Sri Lanka, as the government there raised the number of people killed to 321.The group’s Amaq news agency called the bombers “Islamic State fighters.”• The government said the bombings might have been in retaliation for the killing of 50 people last month at mosques in New Zealand, and that two Islamist extremist groups might have been involved, not one.• Recriminations continued over the Sri Lanka government’s failure to act on warnings that terrorists were planning to attack churches.The men are masked, except one who appears to be Mohammed Zaharan, who has been identified by Sri Lankan officials as the leader of the group that carried out the bombings.A day earlier, an ISIS-linked chat room on the app Telegram had posted photos of masked men it identified as “commandos” involved in the bombings.Radio and television stations have played somber music throughout the day.The front pages of local newspapers were similarly solemn on Tuesday.Of the half-dozen sites simultaneously attacked, the church in Negombo was the hardest hit. On Tuesday, priests wearing crisp white robes trimmed with black sashes held funerals in a large tent just outside the church. The neighborhood around the church had been turned into an enormous, fortified mourning ground, with hundreds of soldiers deployed in every direction and little white flags fluttering in the wind.
More than two days after the Sri Lanka bombings, the Islamic State claimed responsibility for the coordinated attacks.And it was not clear how that theory aligned with warnings months earlier that Islamist radicals posed a serious threat and were stockpiling explosives and other weapons.