From dealing with the trauma of disappeared family members to clearing landmines off the fields, the post-war struggle in the country is still on.
In what appears to be a reprisal for Easter Sunday attackers by Daesh-linked bombers, mobs are moving through towns in Sri Lanka, ransacking mosques burning Qurans and attacking shops.
Sacred structures have become the repeated scenes of trauma from Iraq, New Zealand, France to Sri Lanka.
A recent wave of violence has sent the tropical nation into a tailspin as Sri Lanka continues to struggle with post-war reconciliation.
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