Cnn-News18 Zahran Hashim / Shangri Hotel Intel / Hashim / Indian Commission Colombo April

#EXCLUSIVE – Face of #SriLankaTerrorAttack  revealed on CNN-News18. Zahran Hashim suicide bomber behind the attack at Shangri La Hotel. According to top Intel sources, Hashim wanted to attack Indian High Commission in Colombo on April 4. | with more details

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