As night falls in Sri Lanka, we are pausing our live coverage of the deadly Easter Sunday bombings. Here's what we know:
- Officials say 290 people were killed and another 500 injured in the suicide attacks
- Most of the dead are Sri Lankan nationals, but 31 people from other countries are believed to have been killed
- No-one has admitted carrying out the bombings. The government has blamed a local jihadist group known as the National Thowheed Jamath which it said had the support of an "international network"
- Police have so far arrested 24 people in a series of raids
- There was another blast on Monday near a church in the capital, Colombo, as security forces tried to defuse explosives inside a vehicle used by the attackers
- Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe has said authorities were "aware of information" of possible attacks but the intelligence was not acted upon
- A nationwide emergency, which will give police and military extensive powers to detain and interrogate suspects, will be declared from midnight (18:30 GMT) on Monday