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Central Florida’s Sri Lankan Community Rallies After Easter Sunday Bombings


Sri Lanka is in a state of shock after last weekend’s bombings at churches and hotels. Authorities are blaming a Muslim extremist group for the attacks which killed and injured hundreds of people. Members of Central Florida’s close- knit Sri Lankan community join Intersection to talk about the impact of the attacks on their sense of security, and next steps for the community as they they look to support friends and family back home. 
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Visitors leave hand made memorials at the site of the Pulse nightclub, July 2016. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
Intersection

Intersection: Noor Salman On Trial


Jury selection begins this week in the trial of Noor Salman, the widow of the Pulse nightclub shooter. The trial of Noor Salman is set to begin this week. Legal expert Charles Rose weighs in on the task ahead for Salman’s legal team, and what the trial means for the city, more than a year and a half on from the Pulse shooting.
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Classes have resumed at Lake Mary High School after a code-red lock down this morning. There is no active threat on campus. Photo: Flickr Creative Commons
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Intersection: Responding To Violent Crime & Terror Attacks


After a workplace shooting in Orlando that left five people and the shooter dead, the Orange County Sheriff ruled out terrorism and called on the community to help prevent further fatal shootings. On today’s program we discuss how law enforcement, the community, and the media respond to violent crimes that are classified as terrorism- and crimes that aren’t.
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