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A Google balloon, part of the company's high-speed Internet service known as 'Project Loon', has touched down in a Sri Lankan tea plantation, according to local police.

Villagers found the deflated balloon (pictured) with its electronic equipment in the island's central tea-growing region of Gampola on Wednesday night The police officer, who is not authorised to speak to the media, told AFP: 'Tea plantation workers found it crashed in the plantation.

They picked up the pieces and brought it to the station.

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It was unclear what the practical implications of the state of emergency would be in the rest of the country beyond Kandy itself.

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Sri Lanka has declared a state of emergency after a sudden spike in violence against Muslims in a central town, and amid fears the unrest could spread to other parts of the country.

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President Maithripala Sirisena said the declaration would “empower” the country’s armed forces and police to respond to clashes in the hill town of Kandy.Sri Lanka as a whole has long been divided between the majority Sinhalese, making up 70 per cent of the population and who are overwhelmingly Buddhist, minority Tamils who are mostly Hindu and make up 13 per cent, and around 9 per cent of people who are Muslims. Sri Lanka remains deeply scarred by its 1983-2009 civil war, when Tamil rebels fought to create an independent homeland.While the rebels were eventually crushed, a religious divide has taken hold in recent years, with hard-line Sinhalese groups accusing Muslims of forcing people to convert to Islam and destroying sacred Buddhist archaeological sites.It said the country’s security forces “have been suitably empowered to deal with criminal elements in the society and urgently restore normalcy”.