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What does Sri Lanka tell us about the future of Islamic State?

IS had been defeated, we thought, but it is being linked to the bombings in Sri Lanka.

On Easter Sunday six suicide bombings struck churches and hotels across Sri Lanka – killing more than 350 people and injuring hundreds. Since then Islamic State has claimed responsibility, while people in Sri Lanka have been kept in the dark after a social media black-out. We talk to Rajini Vaidyanathan, who has been reporting from Sri Lanka for the BBC, and Mina Al-Lami from BBC monitoring, who has been looking at what supporters of IS have been saying online

Producer: Philly Beaumont
Mixed by: Nicolas Raufast
Editor: John Shields

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