Sri Lanka violence hits its economy and reputation

Since violence erupted in Sri Lanka, the economy has taken a hit and the prime minister admits his country's reputation has been tarnished.

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    A nighttime curfew remains in place in the central Sri Lankan town of Kandy, as the authorities try to contain violence aimed at the Muslim community.

    The economy has taken a hit, and the prime minister admits his country's reputation has been tarnished.

    Al Jazeera's Bernard Smith reports from Kandy, Sri Lanka.


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