BBC Sinhala – ‘I’m coming to Sri Lanka’ despite loss of sister and brother from Passover attack

Mathew left London with his two children in order to see the beauty of Sri Lanka and bring back memories.

But the end of that vacation it was not beautiful.

Instead of the happy and beautiful memories, Matthew brought only the stillness and the trauma of the two children.

Opening excerpt from original article on BBC Sinhala by Thisara Aravinda Rathuwithana

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