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Sri Lankans flee deadly violence in Colombo as crisis worsens

An over crowded bus leaves the main bus stand before curfew starts, after a clash between anti-government demonstrators and Sri Lanka's ruling party supporters, amid the country's economic crisis, in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 12, 2022. 
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An over crowded bus leaves the main bus stand before curfew starts, after a clash between anti-government demomore

An over crowded bus leaves the main bus stand before curfew starts, after a clash between anti-government demonstrators and Sri Lanka's ruling party supporters, amid the country's economic crisis, in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 12, 2022. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
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A woman waits with a baby at the main bus stand to catch a bus before curfew starts amid the country's economic crisis, in Colombo, Sri Lanka. 
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A woman waits with a baby at the main bus stand to catch a bus before curfew starts amid the country's economimore

A woman waits with a baby at the main bus stand to catch a bus before curfew starts amid the country's economic crisis, in Colombo, Sri Lanka. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
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People gather at the main bus stand to catch a bus before curfew starts, after a clash between anti-government demonstrators and Sri Lanka's ruling party supporters in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 12.  REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte

People gather at the main bus stand to catch a bus before curfew starts, after a clash between anti-governmentmore

People gather at the main bus stand to catch a bus before curfew starts, after a clash between anti-government demonstrators and Sri Lanka's ruling party supporters in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 12. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
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Graffiti written by anti-government factions is pictured on a vehicle, at a house belonging to the former Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa's family, following violent clashes between pro and anti-government factions and police, in Weeraketiya, Sri Lanka, May 11. REUTERS/Alasdair Pal

Graffiti written by anti-government factions is pictured on a vehicle, at a house belonging to the former Primmore

Graffiti written by anti-government factions is pictured on a vehicle, at a house belonging to the former Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa's family, following violent clashes between pro and anti-government factions and police, in Weeraketiya, Sri Lanka, May 11. REUTERS/Alasdair Pal
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A damaged bust of D.A Rajapaksa, father of former Sri Lankan Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa, is pictured at a museum, following violent clashes in Weeraketiya, Sri Lanka, May 11.  REUTERS/Alasdair Pal

A damaged bust of D.A Rajapaksa, father of former Sri Lankan Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa, is pictured at more

A damaged bust of D.A Rajapaksa, father of former Sri Lankan Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa, is pictured at a museum, following violent clashes in Weeraketiya, Sri Lanka, May 11. REUTERS/Alasdair Pal
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People try to get into a bus at the main bus stand before curfew starts in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 12.  REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte

People try to get into a bus at the main bus stand before curfew starts in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 12. REUTERmore

People try to get into a bus at the main bus stand before curfew starts in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 12. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
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People run at the main bus stand to catch a bus before curfew starts in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 12.  REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte

People run at the main bus stand to catch a bus before curfew starts in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 12. REUTERS/Dmore

People run at the main bus stand to catch a bus before curfew starts in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 12. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
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People gather at the main bus stand to catch a bus before curfew starts in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 12.  REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte

People gather at the main bus stand to catch a bus before curfew starts in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 12. REUTERmore

People gather at the main bus stand to catch a bus before curfew starts in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 12. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
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A man carries a suitcase as he arrives to catch a bus before curfew starts in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 12. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte

A man carries a suitcase as he arrives to catch a bus before curfew starts in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 12. REUTmore

A man carries a suitcase as he arrives to catch a bus before curfew starts in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 12. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
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An over crowded bus leaves the main bus stand before curfew starts, after a clash between anti-government demonstrators and Sri Lanka's ruling party supporters, amid the country's economic crisis, in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 12.  REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte

An over crowded bus leaves the main bus stand before curfew starts, after a clash between anti-government demomore

An over crowded bus leaves the main bus stand before curfew starts, after a clash between anti-government demonstrators and Sri Lanka's ruling party supporters, amid the country's economic crisis, in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 12. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
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A policeman walks past a damaged bus of Sri Lanka's ruling party supporters after it was set on fire during a clash of pro and anti-government demonstrators near the Prime Minister's official residence in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 10.  REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte

A policeman walks past a damaged bus of Sri Lanka's ruling party supporters after it was set on fire during a more

A policeman walks past a damaged bus of Sri Lanka's ruling party supporters after it was set on fire during a clash of pro and anti-government demonstrators near the Prime Minister's official residence in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 10. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
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An over crowded bus leaves the main bus stand before curfew starts in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 12.  REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte

An over crowded bus leaves the main bus stand before curfew starts in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 12. REUTERS/Dinmore

An over crowded bus leaves the main bus stand before curfew starts in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 12. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
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People gather at the main bus stand to catch a bus before curfew starts in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 12.  REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte

People gather at the main bus stand to catch a bus before curfew starts in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 12. REUTERmore

People gather at the main bus stand to catch a bus before curfew starts in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 12. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
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Premaratne Prathapasinghe, a 62-year-old shopkeeper who rented a store from a local politician linked to former Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa, shows the damage at his shop, following violent clashes between pro and anti-government factions and police, in Weeraketiya, Sri Lanka, May 11.  REUTERS/Alasdair Pal

Premaratne Prathapasinghe, a 62-year-old shopkeeper who rented a store from a local politician linked to formemore

Premaratne Prathapasinghe, a 62-year-old shopkeeper who rented a store from a local politician linked to former Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa, shows the damage at his shop, following violent clashes between pro and anti-government factions and police, in Weeraketiya, Sri Lanka, May 11. REUTERS/Alasdair Pal
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Graffiti written by anti-government faction is pictured at a house belonging to the former Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa's family in Weeraketiya, Sri Lanka, May 11.  REUTERS/Alasdair Pal

Graffiti written by anti-government faction is pictured at a house belonging to the former Prime Minister Mahimore

Graffiti written by anti-government faction is pictured at a house belonging to the former Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa's family in Weeraketiya, Sri Lanka, May 11. REUTERS/Alasdair Pal
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Mahinda Rajapaksa's bedroom is pictured, at a vandalized property that belongs to the former Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa's family, following violent clashes between pro and anti-government factions and police, in Weeraketiya, Sri Lanka, May 11.  REUTERS/Alasdair Pal

Mahinda Rajapaksa's bedroom is pictured, at a vandalized property that belongs to the former Prime Minister Mamore

Mahinda Rajapaksa's bedroom is pictured, at a vandalized property that belongs to the former Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa's family, following violent clashes between pro and anti-government factions and police, in Weeraketiya, Sri Lanka, May 11. REUTERS/Alasdair Pal
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A damaged house belonging to a ruling party lawmaker is pictured, following violent clashes between pro and anti-government factions and police, in Weeraketiya, Sri Lanka, May 11.  REUTERS/Alasdair Pal

A damaged house belonging to a ruling party lawmaker is pictured, following violent clashes between pro and anmore

A damaged house belonging to a ruling party lawmaker is pictured, following violent clashes between pro and anti-government factions and police, in Weeraketiya, Sri Lanka, May 11. REUTERS/Alasdair Pal
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A man walks past damaged vehicles of Sri Lanka's ruling party supporters after they were set on fire during a clash in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 10. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte

A man walks past damaged vehicles of Sri Lanka's ruling party supporters after they were set on fire during a more

A man walks past damaged vehicles of Sri Lanka's ruling party supporters after they were set on fire during a clash in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 10. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
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An army member stops vehicles at a check point on a the main road after the curfew was extended for another extra day following a clash in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 11. 
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An army member stops vehicles at a check point on a the main road after the curfew was extended for another exmore

An army member stops vehicles at a check point on a the main road after the curfew was extended for another extra day following a clash in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 11. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
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Air force personnel guard at a check point near a damaged bus of Sri Lanka's ruling party supporters after it was set on fire in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 10.  
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Air force personnel guard at a check point near a damaged bus of Sri Lanka's ruling party supporters after it more

Air force personnel guard at a check point near a damaged bus of Sri Lanka's ruling party supporters after it was set on fire in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 10. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
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Black flags flutter as a man crosses the road towards the main business city near the pro and anti-government protest village, after the curfew was extended for another day in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 11.  REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte

Black flags flutter as a man crosses the road towards the main business city near the pro and anti-government more

Black flags flutter as a man crosses the road towards the main business city near the pro and anti-government protest village, after the curfew was extended for another day in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 11. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
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Army members travel on an armored car on the main road after the curfew was extended in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 11.  REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte

Army members travel on an armored car on the main road after the curfew was extended in Colombo, Sri Lanka, Mamore

Army members travel on an armored car on the main road after the curfew was extended in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 11. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
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A man looks at a damaged bus of Sri Lanka's ruling party supporters after it was set on fire during a clash of pro and anti-government demonstrators near the Prime Minister's official residence, amid the country's economic crisis, in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 10.  REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte

A man looks at a damaged bus of Sri Lanka's ruling party supporters after it was set on fire during a clash ofmore

A man looks at a damaged bus of Sri Lanka's ruling party supporters after it was set on fire during a clash of pro and anti-government demonstrators near the Prime Minister's official residence, amid the country's economic crisis, in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 10. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
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A man walks along a deserted road after the curfew was extended  for another day in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 11.  REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte

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A man walks along a deserted road after the curfew was extended  for another day in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 11. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
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A navy soldier stands guard at a check point as a man walks past him to work place on the main road after the curfew was extended for another day in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 11.  REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte

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A navy soldier stands guard at a check point as a man walks past him to work place on the main road after the curfew was extended for another day in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 11. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
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A message written by anti-government demonstrators to Sri Lanka's President Gotabaya Rajapaksa on a wall at Prime Minister's official residence in Colombo, Sri Lanka, April May 10.  REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte

A message written by anti-government demonstrators to Sri Lanka's President Gotabaya Rajapaksa on a wall at Prmore

A message written by anti-government demonstrators to Sri Lanka's President Gotabaya Rajapaksa on a wall at Prime Minister's official residence in Colombo, Sri Lanka, April May 10. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
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Vehicles of Sri Lanka's ruling party supporters are seen in a lake after being pushed into the water during a clash of pro and anti-government demonstrators near the Prime Minister's official residence, amid the country's economic crisis, in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 10.  REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte

Vehicles of Sri Lanka's ruling party supporters are seen in a lake after being pushed into the water during a more

Vehicles of Sri Lanka's ruling party supporters are seen in a lake after being pushed into the water during a clash of pro and anti-government demonstrators near the Prime Minister's official residence, amid the country's economic crisis, in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 10. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
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A man looks at a damaged bus after it was set on fire during a clash of pro and anti-government demonstrators near the Prime Minister's official residence in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 10.  REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte

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A man looks at a damaged bus after it was set on fire during a clash of pro and anti-government demonstrators near the Prime Minister's official residence in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 10. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
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Special Task Force members are seen in front of the Prime Minister's official residence after the government imposed a three-day curfew following clashes between pro and anti-government demonstrators, amid the country's economic crisis, in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 10. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte

Special Task Force members are seen in front of the Prime Minister's official residence after the government imore

Special Task Force members are seen in front of the Prime Minister's official residence after the government imposed a three-day curfew following clashes between pro and anti-government demonstrators, amid the country's economic crisis, in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 10. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
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A man looks at a damaged bus of Sri Lanka's ruling party supporters after it was set on fire in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 10.  REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte

A man looks at a damaged bus of Sri Lanka's ruling party supporters after it was set on fire in Colombo, Sri Lmore

A man looks at a damaged bus of Sri Lanka's ruling party supporters after it was set on fire in Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 10. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
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