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Liberation Tigers will never accept revising the Ceasefire

[b]Liberation Tigers will never accept revising the Ceasefire Agreement.

"LTTE making its biggest mistake by killing innocent Muslims," TULFLeader Anandasangaree declares

By Munza Mushtaq – Reporting from Colombo

While strongly condemning the recent brutal killings of innocent
civilians in the Eastern and Northern Provinces, and the claymore mine
attacks on the army personnel, Tamil United Liberation Front (TULF)
President V. Anandasangaree has called upon all members of the
Sinhala, Tamil and Muslim communities to show utmost restraint and not to play into the hands of the perpetrators of these ruthless crimes,
by helping them to achieve their aim.Post your comments

<font size = 2>Today is Human Rights Day:</font> Kofi Annan Takes dig at US on Human Rights Day

Neville de Silva - Diplomatic Editor Asian Tribune

UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan has taken what diplomats see as an oblique dig at the US on the issue of torture."Let us be clear: torture can never be an instrument to fight terror, for torture is an instrument of terror," says Annan in a message to mark universal Human Rights Day that falls today.

Police nabbed Tiger assassin involved in Kadir assassination

Udara Soysa -Reporting to Asian Tribune

A special police team had arrested a LTTE cadre involved in the assassination of the former Foreign Minister Lakshman Kadiragamar in Galewela, Kurunegala on Thursday evening around 8.10 PM. The special police team made this arrest upon information received to the 119 Police Emergency Centre.Post your comments

After China, Nepal's army chief heading for Pakistan

Arms embargo from India and the US, the traditional arms suppliers to Nepal, has forced the beleaguered Royal Nepalese Army to look for newer shores for procuring arms. Post your comments

LTTE continues to blame Army on the recent unrest in the North East

By Munza Mushtaq - Reporting from Colombo

The LTTE today charged that the Sri Lankan Government was allowing
it's military to act in collision with armed groups that have
political agendas based on their 'masters interests'.Post your comments<

US says freedom, democracy and rights are non-negotiable

The United States has underlined the universal demand of freedom, democracy and human rights and has noted continuing rights violations in Nepal.

A day in the life of a Sri Lankan tea worker

[b]A day in the life of a Sri Lankan tea worker[/b]

By Jayanthi Perera – World Socialist Web Site

Five days after Sri Lanka’s new government was installed on November 23, the state-owned Daily News carried a front-page headline, "Urgent action to uplift estate workers." The article pompously announced that President Mahinda Rajapakse had instructed Milroy Fernando, the new plantation minist

LTTE continues to blame Army on the recent unrest

[b]LTTE continues to blame Army on the recent unrest in the North East[/b]

By Munza Mushtaq - Reporting from Colombo

[b]Colombo, 10 December, (Asiantribune.com):[/b] The LTTE today charged that the Sri Lankan Government was allowing it's military to act in collision with armed groups that have political agendas based on their 'masters interests'.

During a meeting with Norwegian Ambassador

After China, Nepal's army chief heading for Pakistan

[b]After China, Nepal's army chief heading for Pakistan
[/b]

[b]Kathmandu, 10 December, (Asiantribune.com):[/b] Arms embargo from India and the US, the traditional arms suppliers to Nepal, has forced the beleaguered Royal Nepalese Army to look for newer shores for procuring arms.

Police nabbed Tiger assassin involved in Kadir assassination

[b]Police nabbed Tiger assassin involved in Kadir assassination [/b]

Udara Soysa -Reporting to Asian Tribune

[b]Colombo, 10 December, (Asiantribune.com): [/b]A special police team had arrested a LTTE cadre involved in the assassination of the former Foreign Minister Lakshman Kadiragamar in Galewela, Kurunegala on Thursday evening around 8.10 PM.

"LTTE making its biggest mistake by killing innocent

[b]"LTTE making its biggest mistake by killing innocent Muslims," TULFLeader Anandasangaree declares[/b]

By Munza Mushtaq – Reporting from Colombo

Colombo, 10 December, Asiantribune.com): While strongly condemning the recent brutal killings of innocent civilians in the Eastern and Northern Provinces, and the claymore mine attacks on the army personnel, Tamil United Liberation Front (TULF) Pr

Liberation Tigers will never accept revising the Ceasefire Agreement.

Velupillai Prabakaran, the reclusive leader of the Tamil rebel outfit is expected to meet soon in Kilinochchi, a high powered Norwegian delegation to discuss the future of the peace talks, disclosed S.P.Tamilselvan, Head of the Political Division of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam.Post your comments


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