Eyewitnesses of the deadly bombings that hit Sri Lanka's capital Colombo recalled what they saw on Sunday.
«We heard a loud explosion and everything collapsed. We managed to protect the children and come around from behind. But when I came here I found out that my son-in-law and my son had died,» said one.
Two others were still shocked by the blasts and said they felt like they will «wake up... Еще tomorrow morning and everything will be a dream.»
At least 207 people were killed and a further 450 were injured after eight blasts rocked hotels and churches in and around the Sri Lankan capital.
According to reports, the victims include at least 35 foreigners, with Britons, Americans as well as nationals from Turkey, China, Portugal and the Netherlands being among them.