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28 July 2011
Channel 4 News has uncovered further evidence of the mass murder and brutality committed by Sri Lankan armed forces against Tamil-speaking people
10 February 2010
SRI LANKA'S former army chief and main opposition presidential election challenger, Sarath Fonseka, was dragged from his office late at night last Monday...
11 November 2009
The United Socialist Party (USP), the Sri Lankan section of the Committee for a Workers' International, held its eleventh national congress from 31 October to 1 November 2009 in Colombo, writes Siritunga Jayasuriya, secretary, United Socialist Party.
20 October 2009
DISGUST AT the inhuman treatment of hundreds of thousands of Tamils held under armed guard in open prison camps in Sri Lanka brought tens of thousands on to the streets of London on 17 October, writes Manny Thain.
20 May 2009
"THIS BATTLE has reached its bitter end... We have decided to silence our guns". The dramatic announcement on the website of the separatist Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) on 17 May seemed to...
5 February 2009
FACING STARVATION and death, between 250,000 and 400,000 civilians are trapped in the war zone - a small area in the north of Sri Lanka, writes Senan,.
7 May 2008
THE SRI Lankan government is engaged in a war against the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) in the north of the country, writes Srinath Perera, United Socialist Party, (USP - CWI, Sri Lanka).
26 October 2006
THE DESCRIPTION of Sri Lanka as 'tear-shaped' has never been more apt than it is today...
27 April 2006
ON 25 APRIL a suicide bomber attacked the car in which the top Sri Lankan army commander was travelling. Eight people were killed and the commander, Lieutenant General Sarath Fonseka, was seriously injured...
27 April 2006
This is a film about Rajani Thiranagama, a Sri Lankan university lecturer and human rights activist. She was murdered in Jaffna at the height of the Indian Peace Keeping Force's (IPKF) involvement in the war with the Liberation.
15 January 2005
FOLLOWING THE tsunami in Sri Lanka, more than 40,000 people have lost their lives and there are about 800,000 refugees...
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