Reda Yacoub، a counterterrorism expert، said on Tuesday that terrorism is now moving from one region to another.
in a statement to Extra News satellite channel، Yacoub added that it is necessary for all security authorities in the world to exchange information. He Pointed out that the Sri Lankan authorities noted that some foreign intelligence had provided information about the attack، "Sri Lanka bombings،" which was carried out by extremist group 'National Tawheed Jamaath'.
Noteworthy، As a state of emergency took effect Tuesday giving the Sri Lankan military war-time powers، police arrested 40 suspects، including the driver of a van allegedly used by suicide bombers involved in deadly Easter bombings and the owner of a house where some of them lived، officials said، AP reported.
Sri Lanka’s president gave the military a wider berth to detain and arrest suspects — powers that were used during the 26-year civil war but withdrawn when it ended in 2009.
The death toll from Sunday’s attacks rose to 310، police spokesman Ruwan Gunasekara said.