An explosion occurred Monday in Kochchikade, the site of one of eight explosions on Sunday, EuroNews reported referring to Reuters.
According to preliminary data, a wagon parked near the church detonated with explosives.
April 23 was declared day of national mourning in Sri Lanka after deadly bombing, leaving 290 people killed and over 500 injured. The series of blasts in Sri Lanka occurred on Easter Sunday. The first six took place at three churches in capital city Colombo as well as in Negombo and Batticaloa towns and at three hotels, while the next two explosions occurred in Dehiwala and Dematagoda—two suburbs of Colombo.
Also, an improvised explosive device was discovered in close proximity to the Bandaranaike International Airport.
The main target of these attacks was the local Christians.