The death toll from the Easter Sunday bombing attacks in Sri Lanka has risen to 321.
About 500 people were injured and 38 foreigners are among the fatal victims.
The information was released during a session of Parliament, in which its current Speaker, Karu Jayasuriya, announced the emergency regulations recently promulgated in the country.
About 40 suspects have been arrested in connection with the bombing attacks occurred during the Easter Sunday celebrations, Police Spokesman SP Ruwan Gunasekara said.
Already on the back foot in this series, having lost the opening Test to the Windies in Port-of-Spain, Sri Lanka awoke to the news that they will have to do without former captain Angelo Mathews and Lahiru Gamage as they are now traveling back home for different reasons.
The West Indies 'A' team beat Sri Lanka 'a' in the third and final ODI last night.
Sheldon Cottrell was named the man of the match as the Windies 'A' romped to a 45-run win.
The Jamaican grabbed four for 19 to help skittle out the visitors for just 107 runs.
They were chasing 153 runs after the hosts themselves struggled in their innings.
Shamarh Brooks top-scored for the Windies 'A' with 35 while Andrew McCarthy made 27.
The victory meant the series finish one-all with the second ODI rained out.