World leaders condemn Sri Lanka bombings


World leaders have condemned the series of blasts in Sri Lanka that left at least 138 people dead and more than 400 wounded.

British Prime Minister Theresa May described the attacks as "truly appalling", while Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi stressed there's "no place for such barbarism in our region". 

In a statement, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern condemned the "devastating" attacks. 

"New Zealand condemns all acts of terrorism and our resolve has only been strengthened by the attack on our soil," she stressed.

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said he thinking of those killed in a "horrific terrorist attack", while Russian President Vladimir Putin denounced the attacks as "cruel and cynical".

At least 138 people have died so far while over 400 others have been injured in the blasts early Sunday.

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