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UN chief opens talks with Sri Lanka on reconciliation
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UN chief opens talks with Sri Lanka on reconciliation

Sri Lankan diplomats said they were keen to discuss the new government's reconciliation efforts following the civil war that claimed at least 100,000 lives between 1972 and 2009. COLOMBO: UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon opened talks with Prime ... Free Malaysia Today, 4 hours ago

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Lankan Parliament approves setting up of office to probe cases of missing people since civil war

Sri Lanka's parliament today approved the establishment of office of missing persons (OMP) to investigate incidents of people reported missing during and soon after the war against LTTE. The Bill was adopted despite objections raised by the joint opposition ...
 News on Air2 weeks ago Lankan Parliament approves bill to trace persons gone missing during conflict  First Post.com2 weeks ago Lankan Parliament approves law to trace missing persons  Business Standard2 weeks ago Sri Lankan Parliament approves bill to trace missing people  One India2 weeks ago

Global movement urges Lankan Army to release 'surrendee' records of civil war

The Sri Lanka Campaign for Peace and Justice, a global non-partisan movement, has urged the Sri Lankan Army to release the records of people who surrendered before the security forces at the end of the war in 2009.In a statement issued on Saturday, ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Ex-President Rajapaksa's supporters protest against Lankan war crimes probe

Tens of thousands of supporters of former Sri Lankan president Mahinda Rajapaksa held a protest march accusing the ruling government of betraying the nation by agreeing with the United Nations to investigate allegations of war crimes during the civil war. The ...
 Sify4 weeks ago Mahinda Rajapaksa’s brother held for ‘fraud’  Asian Age1 month ago

The Ban Ki-moon chapter

The visit of United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon will shift focus away from the battles within the Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) as the seasoned diplomat undertakes what would be one of his last major tours before retirement. Ban ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News3 hours ago Open letter from The Sri Lanka Campaign for Peace and Justice to Ban Ki-Moon  DailyFT5 hours ago

LTTE's Prabhakaran to be reported as 'missing' 7 years after his death

Prabhakaran, 54, was declared killed by Sri Lankan troops on May 19, 2009 in Mullaivaikkal in the northern Mullaithivu district. Colombo: With some Tamil nationalists in Sri Lanka believing that Velupillai Prabhakaran may still be alive, a Tamil National ...
 Asian Age2 days ago

Lanka welcomes ICRC findings on conflict missing

The Sri Lankan government today welcomed as "reassuring" the International Committee of the Red Cross' findings on disappearances of people during the civil war. "The fact the report highlights some of the issues we have taken up at various levels ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

‘Uncertainty about aid hampers return of Sri Lankan refugees’

Chief Minister of the Northern Province C. V. Wigneswaran has said that a large number of Tamils, displaced from Sri Lanka during the civil war and now living in India as refugees, are prepared to come back but the uncertainty about assistance is preventing ...
 The Hindu2 months ago ‘Uncertain aid hampers return of Sri Lankan refugees’  The Hindu1 month ago 'The situation in Sri Lanka is not alarming for refugees to return'  Rediff.com2 months ago Lanka ties moved ahead after Maithripala Sirisena took over: Indian envoy  Asian Age2 months ago

PM Modi, Sri Lankan Prez inaugurate Jaffna stadium renovated by India

India strongly believes that its economic growth must bring benefits to its neighbours, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today as a stadium in Jaffna renovated by India was jointly inaugurated by him along with Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena. While thanking India for its assistance, Sirisena said Lanka was committed to strengthening bilateral relations even though there may be wrong understandings and interpretations at times. Modi, along with Sirisena, inaugurated the Duraiappah ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago India's growth must bring benefits to its neighbours: PM  Deccan Herald2 months ago

India-rebuilt Lanka stadium where 23 human skeletons were discovered

The India-renovated Duraiappah sports stadium in the embattled Sri Lankan city of Jaffna had once laid bare the hidden brutalities of the Tamil civil war when at least 23 human skeletons, including those of some disappeared children buried secretly in the ...
 Prokerala2 months ago
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