Sri Lanka protests burnd Second night
Mobs attacked buses amid unrest in Sri Lanka this week
Sri Lanka witnessed a second night of arson attacks on Tuesday, with properties damaged in the town of Negombo, near the capital, Colombo.
A mob torched a luxury holiday resort owned by the son of the former Prime Minister, Mahinda Rajapaksa.
On Monday, frustration at the country's economic crisis spilled over, after government supporters attacked protesters who want President Gotabaya Rajapaksa to quit.
Eight people have since died. More than 200 are believed to have been injured in the clashes.
Sri Lanka had already seen weeks of protests over its dire financial situation, which has caused the Sri Lankan rupee to plunge, provoking severe food and fuel shortages.
On Monday night, mobs burned more than 50 houses belonging to politicians, reports say, while a controversial museum dedicated to the Rajapaksa family was also razed to the ground in the country's south.
Shops, businesses and offices will be shut for a third day on Wednesday under a nationwide curfew in place until Thursday morning.
A meeting between Sri Lanka's political party leaders has been moved online over security concerns.
The streets of Colombo bear the evidence of this week's rioting - a heavy police presence, overturned and burnt buses.