At least 207 people have been killed and 450 hurt separate explosions Sri Lanka. The government said suicide bombers were responsible the bombings. The blasts took place churches and hotels the country Sunday. Three churches were attacked as people were attending religious services Easter, one the most important occasions the Christian calendar. Three luxury hotels were also targeted. Sri Lanka's government has imposed a curfew the country. It asked people to be alert and report anything suspicious. The government has also blocked social media websites to prevent the spread misinformation. The government said police have arrested seven suspects.
World leaders have condemned the attacks. Pope Francis said: "I pray the injured and all those who are suffering as a result this dramatic event." The leader of the Catholic Church in Sri Lanka told the BBC: "It's a very difficult and a very sad situation all of us because we never expected such a thing to happen, especially Easter Sunday." US President Donald Trump tweeted: "The United States offers heartfelt condolences to the great people Sri Lanka. We stand ready to help." The president Turkey called the blasts "an assault all of humanity". Sri Lanka's president said he is worried that the violence could create more instability his country and its economy.