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Jayalalithaa slams Lanka defence secretary's remarks on war crimes Read more »

Jayalalithaa slams Lanka defence secretary’s remarks on war crimes

Sri Lankan defence secretaryGotabaya Rajapaksa‘s remarks on the alleged war crimes rocked the Tamil Nadu assembly on Thursday, with Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa saying they were highly condemnable. Hitting back at Rajapaksa after the latter had asked her to mind her own business and not interfere in…


Lanka war crimes: Govt can't sit on the fence, says Jaswant Singh Read more »

Lanka war crimes: Govt can’t sit on the fence, says Jaswant Singh

Sri Lanka’s killing fields detailing the atrocities perpetrated by the Lankan army has sent shockwaves across nations. AfterHeadlines Today showed theChannel 4 documentary - a clinching evidence of genocide caught on camera – it asked a probing question: Has the Indian government failed in its response? “The government…


sriLanka war crimes probe Read more »

sriLanka war crimes probe

Added On April 26, 2011 Former Sri Lankan U.N. spokesman discusses the international investigation of possible war crimes in Sri Lanka. Source  


U.N. reports on Sri Lanka war crimes Read more »

U.N. reports on Sri Lanka war crimes

The U.N. has found war crimes allegations against both sides of Sri Lanka’s conflict credible. CNN’s Richard Roth reports.   Source


Hundreds in Sri Lanka hit streets to protest critical U.N. report Read more »

Hundreds in Sri Lanka hit streets to protest critical U.N. report

(CNN) – At their president’s urging, Sri Lankans took to the streets Sunday to rail against a critical United Nations report that found credible allegations of war crimes and crimes against humanity committed by both sides during the final stages of the country’s civil war. Hundreds…


UK calls for Sri Lanka to probe 'Killing Fields' war crimes allegations Read more »

UK calls for Sri Lanka to probe ‘Killing Fields’ war crimes allegations

The British Government has renewed calls for an independent investigation into allegations of war crimes against Sri Lanka after a documentary showed civilians being shelled and troops summarily executing prisoners. Britain said it would lead international action if the Sri Lankan authorities failed to respond.…


Werritty attended talks about arms deal with Israel and China Read more »

Werritty attended talks about arms deal with Israel and China

Liam Fox’s close friend Adam Werritty attended a meeting in Sri Lanka during which arms supplies from Israel and China were discussed, according to political sources in Colombo. Sri Lankan government officials complained about restrictions placed by the UK on the supply of weapons and…


Australian police study Sri Lanka 'war crimes' dossier Read more »

Australian police study Sri Lanka ‘war crimes’ dossier

War-torn island’s former navy chief is named by witnesses in documents filed in Perth   Police in Australia are examining a so-called “war crimes” dossier of information that claims to confirm Sri Lankan forces bombed and shelled civilians during the country’s civil war. And activists…


Ofcom clears Sri Lanka film Read more »

Ofcom clears Sri Lanka film

A Channel 4 documentary about alleged war crimes in Sri Lanka has been cleared of breaching the broadcasting code. The regulator Ofcom, which received 118 complaints about Sri Lanka’s Killing Fields, said its content did not exceed what a Channel 4 audience would have expected.…


Families search for thousands of missing victims from brutal war Read more »

Families search for thousands of missing victims from brutal war

Parents are turning to priests in an attempt to find the children they lost in the Sri Lankan conflict. Andrew Buncombe reports from Killinochi   His name was Abi, he was six, and the last his family glimpsed of him was in the frenzied moments…


Sri Lanka imposes new anti-terrorism measures Read more »

Sri Lanka imposes new anti-terrorism measures

Emergency law comes to an end, but new government regulations prevent detained Tamil separatists from being released.   The army said it was awaiting orders on any changes to emergency powers [EPA] Sri Lanka has lifted its wartime emergency powers and introduced new regulations under…


Sri Lanka war claims civilian lives Read more »

Sri Lanka war claims civilian lives

Sri Lanka’s ongoing conflict is seeing a growing number of civilian disappearances. Tony Birtley, in Batticaloa, Sri Lanka Last Modified: 11 Jun 2007 06:20 GMT Sri Lanka’s ongoing conflict, which has claimed tens of thousands of lives, has seen an increasing number of civilian disappearances. The government…


Sri Lanka: The Road to Reconciliation Read more »

Sri Lanka: The Road to Reconciliation

  101 East Sri Lanka: The Road to Reconciliation With a final report on the civil war due, we ask if Sri Lanka’s ethnic communities are more divided than ever. 101 East Last Modified: 11 Nov 2011 13:35 inShare43 Email Print Share Feedback Since Sri Lanka ended…


Allegations of Sri Lankan war crimes in the spotlight Read more »

Allegations of Sri Lankan war crimes in the spotlight

Allegations of Sri Lankan war crimes in the spotlight   Print Australian Broadcasting Corporation Broadcast: 18/10/2011 Reporter: Sarah Dingle Australian Federal Police have received documentation from the International Commission of Jurist that alleges war crimes were perpetrated by current Sri Lankan High Commisioner to Australia…


Footage sparks calls for Sri Lanka war crimes probe Read more »

Footage sparks calls for Sri Lanka war crimes probe

Footage sparks calls for Sri Lanka war crimes probe Stephen Dziedzic Updated August 11, 2011 10:09:58 PHOTO: A UN panel of experts found there were credible allegations that up to 40,000 civilians were killed in the conflict AUDIO: Alleged war crimes in Sri Lanka under the microscope (PM) RELATED…


No war crimes case against Sri Lanka leader Read more »

No war crimes case against Sri Lanka leader

No war crimes case against Sri Lanka leader Updated October 25, 2011 19:30:48 PHOTO: The Attorney-General’s consent was needed for the case against Mahinda Rajapaksa to proceed.(Andrew Caballero-Reynolds, file photo: Reuters) RELATED STORY: Sri Lankan president accused of war crimes RELATED STORY: Calls to suspend Sri Lanka from Commonwealth…


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