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NZ Intelligence alleged of monitoring former Green MP for involvement in Tamil question [TamilNet, Thursday, 11 April 2013, 16:50 GMT] New Zealand's Security Intelligence Service (SIS), which is part of the so-called Five Eyes intelligence network,
UAE urged not to deport Sri Lanka journalist Lohin Rathimohan Lohini was one of the main female news anchors on a rebel-run Tamil news channel Rights groups are appealing to authorities in the UAE not to deport Sri Lanka journalist Rathimohan Lohini.
28 editor Humanitarian Operation was conducted by Sri Lanka Army strictly in accordance with the Zero Civilian Casualty directive made by President Mahinda Rajapaksa. No Fire Zones (NFZs,) but commanders refrained from firing at such NFZs, reveals
The spirit of all of these rugged people does seem to live on. The folks at the Gold Hill Hotel have a few stories to back up that notion of people living on . One of the hotel rooms is known for different fragrances associated with a person who died
The United States has warned that Sri Lanka could face a return to conflict unless it probes war crimes allegedly committed by its troops and addresses the grievances of its minority Tamil population. Ambassador Michele Sison said Monday night that
A United States diplomat has expressed alarm at a rising anti-Muslim campaign in Sri Lanka and warned that such sentiments should not be allowed to fester...Sison spoke Monday to foreign correspondents based in Colombo.
Tamil Tigers might have threatened the then Chief Minister, M. Karunanidhi, in 1989 with a significant increase in the level of militant violence in Tamil Nadu if he did not boost their cause, the United States surmised...One extreme view, to which
22 editor Sri Lanka Government has pointed out that persistent allegations against the Sri Lanka Navy with regard to alleged killing and harassment of Indian fishermen are erroneous and without any factual basis. The Government of Sri Lanka has
First rally in the afternoon targetted Sri Lanka, calling on the Sri Lankan government to end arbitrary detentions, torture, and enforced disappearances. The rally was held at the Permanent Mission of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka to
Poet-author Theepachelvan on living through the war in Sri Lanka and its impact on his writing. Theepachelvan, christened Balenndram Pratheepan, is the author of 11 books, including five collections of poems, three of articles, one compendium of