Difficult to forgive Easter Sunday bombers: Brother of tourists killed in Sri Lanka
Daily Mirror: Rising From The Ashes Of Terror
Daily FT – Amelie and Daniel Linsey Foundation Honours Easter Sunday Victims
Tatler – David Linsey on Returning to Sri Lanka
Sunday Times LK – First Steps in Building a Legacy for His Siblings
On the eve of returning home to London, David Linsey, who was here for the Foundation set up in memory of his brother and sister who died in the Easter Sunday tragedy, talks to Smriti Daniel
President’s Media Division – David Linsey Meets The President
David Linsey, the brother of the two victims that sadly lost their lives in the Easter Day Sunday attack, met with President Maithripala Sirisena at the Presidential Secretariat.
The Times – Oxford student makes first visit to Sri Lanka since siblings died in terrorist attacks
An economics undergraduate who lost a brother and a sister in the Easter bombings is raising money to help local survivors.
BBC Sinhala – ‘I’m coming to Sri Lanka’ despite loss of sister and brother from Passover attack
Mirror – Sri Lanka bombings: Grieving Brit to return to hotel where siblings died to pay respects
We are thankful for the privilege of press coverage by large news organisations. Most of the Sri Lankan people living with the consequences of the tragic events of Easter 2019 do not receive such coverage. It’s these people the Amelie and Daniel Foundation aims to help now and into the future.