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Sri Lanka: Emergency to be extended for one more month

[b]Sri Lanka: Emergency to be extended for one more month[/b]

[b]Colombo, 17 September, (Asiantribune.com): [/b]Sri Lanka Government announced that the state emergency already in existence will be extended for another one month. Government spokesman Nimal Siripala de Silva said that the resolution for the extension will go before parliament next week.

Zero tolerance for child conscription- President in New York

[b]Zero tolerance for child conscription- President in New York[/b]

[b]New York, 17 September, (Asiantribune.com):[/b] The UN Under Secretary General and Special Representative for Children and Armed Conflict Ms.

"I experienced first-hand a concerted campaign to prevent me from traveling to Tamil Eelam" – Virginia Judge

“I experienced first-hand a concerted campaign to prevent me from traveling to Tamil Eelam. Before I left Sydney, the editorial advisor and head of the Australian Bureau of the “Asian Tribune” alleged I was carrying nearly $100, 000. 00 cash into Sri Lanka alleged Virginia Judge a New South Wales state parliament.“ This allegation was made by Virginia Judge a member of the New South Wales Parliament.

Sri Lanka: Emergency to be extended for one more month

Sri Lanka Government announced that the state emergency already in existence will be extended for another one month. Government spokesman Nimal Siripala de Silva said that the resolution for the extension will go before parliament next week. Post your comments

Zero tolerance for child conscription- President in New York

The UN Under Secretary General and Special Representative for Children and Armed Conflict Ms. Karin Sham Poo called on President Chandrika Kumaratunga on Friday 16 th September at her Manhattan Hotel.Post your comments

Sri Lanka Government protested over the arrest and detention of three policemen by the LTTE

Sri Lanka Government has protested strongly to the arrest and detention of three Sri Lanka policemen on 10 September, by the Tamil rebel outfit - Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), when they crossed into the Tiger controlled area in Arippu, near Murunkan, while on an official duty following a suspect in connection with a child abuse case.Post your comments


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