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UN urges Sri Lanka to rein in military, prosecute war crimes
Times of Oman

UN urges Sri Lanka to rein in military, prosecute war crimes

Geneva: Sri Lanka must rein in its military forces, prosecute war crimes committed during the long civil war with Tamil rebels and win the confidence of the Tamil minority, the United Nations said on Tuesday. Witnesses must be protected under an ... Gulf News, 3 weeks ago
War affected appeal to UN for justice Ceylon Today, 3 weeks ago
UN urges Lanka to rein in army, prosecute war crimes The Nation Pakistan, 3 weeks ago

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Sri Lanka plans panel to probe war abuses

Colombo, July 6 Sri Lanka is likely to set up a truth-seeking commission this year to probe rights abuses by the army during the civil war with the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), the Foreign Minister said today and asserted that the ...
 Chandigarh Tribune2 weeks ago Lanka to set up truth-seeking commission to probe war abuses  Navhind Times2 weeks ago Sri Lanka reneges on rights probe resolution  Korea Herald1 month ago


Seven years ago, when the Sri Lankan Government defeated LTTE after an almost 30-year civil war, an excellent opportunity awaited the country and its people. The victory paved the way for reconciliation among Sri Lanka's ethnic groups. Yet, ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News2 weeks ago SRI LANKA'S LONG ROAD TO NATIONAL RECONCILIATION  HT Syndication2 weeks ago Right To Reconciliation: Seven Years On  Daily Mirror Sri Lanka3 weeks ago HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL DISCUSSES HUMAN RIGHTS SITUATION IN MYANMAR AND SRI LANKA  United Nations Office at Geneva3 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

Sri Lanka to recognise war missing as dead

Sri Lanka yesterday announced a landmark law to recognise as dead an estimated 65,000 people still missing seven years after the end of a bitter civil war, allowing relatives to claim inheritances. Ministers approved a draft bill to issue ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago Sri Lanka to recognise around 65,000 people missing since civil war as dead  Hindustan Times1 month ago Sri Lanka to recognise 65,000 people who went missing during civil war as dead  Firstpost.com1 month ago Sri Lanka to recognise thousands of war missing as dead  The Express Tribune1 month ago

Uncertainty about assistance hampers refugees' return from India: Wigneswaran

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 people from returning, says C.V. Wigneswaran, Chief ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago
Siasat Daily

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

Colombo, June 25 (ANI): 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 ...
 Yahoo! India4 weeks ago

Tamil nationalists hail government on Sri Lankan civil war victims Memorial Day

May 18 marked the seventh anniversary of the end of the Sri Lankan civil war. In memory of thousands of civilians massacred during the last phase of the military onslaught, various events were organised and thousands of relatives and family members ...
 World Socialist Web Site1 month ago Tamils In Exile Ready To Testify  Sri Lanka Sunday Leader1 month ago Ex-LTTE exiles willing to testify in Sri Lankan probe  Sri Lanka Daily News1 month ago Lankan Tamils Commemorate Death Anniversary of Civil War Victims  Outlook India2 months ago
Siasat Daily

Lankan govt rejects allegations of using cluster bombs during civil war

Colombo, June 23 (ANI): The Sri Lankan government has rejected allegations that the Sri Lankan Army used cluster bombs during the final phases of the war and questioned the authenticity of the report published in the media. Co-Cabinet Spokesperson ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago

Relief to those who lost land during civil war

Law covers those who were forced to abandon land in the period from May 1983 to May 2009 The Sri Lankan government has enacted a law enabling residents of the Northern and Eastern Provinces to reclaim their land lost to encroachers during the ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Sri Lanka's uneasy peace

By Taylor Dibert Sri Lanka's civil war ended on May 18, 2009 — seven years ago. The country's government forces defeated the Tamil Tigers, a group that had been fighting for a separate Tamil state in the nation's northern and eastern provinces.
 South Asia Monitor2 months ago
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