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A door of a Gallery showcasing cloths and clay pots at the National Museum in Colombo had been found broken open today, the Police said.

However, no artefacts had been taken away, the Acting Director of the Museum had told the Police.



They said a complaint had been lodged in this regard.

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    Naduth hamuduruwange baduth hamuduruwange.

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    dry run by the lying politicians

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    The robbers left Made in China imitations behind.

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