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Sri Lankan police officers inspect the site of an explosion at a police station in Karadiyanaru, a small town in the former conflict zone in eastern Sri Lanka, Friday, Sept. 17, 2010. Three containers filled with explosives meant for road construction detonated Friday outside the police station, killing dozens of people in a blast government officials called an accident. (AP Photo)
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Sri Lankan police officers inspect the site of an explosion at a police station in Karadiyanaru, a small town in the former conflict zone in eastern Sri Lanka, Friday, Sept. 17, 2010. Three containers filled with explosives meant for road construction detonated Friday outside the police station, killing dozens of people in a blast government officials called an accident. (AP Photo)

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