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Two contradictory reports on the failed LTTE commanders' sea

[b]Two contradictory reports on the failed LTTE commanders' sea journey[/b]

[b]Colombo, 17 April, (Asiantribune.com):[/b] "The Government of Sri Lanka had displayed extreme flexibility to facilitate the sea movement of 32 LTTE leaders in the face of provocations by the LTTE, in order to encourage the LTTE to attend the peace talks in Geneva," a statement contradicting the allegations levelled

Four soldiers and two suspected LTTE cadres killed in today'

[b]Four soldiers and two suspected LTTE cadres killed in today's Claymore bombs blast[/b]

[b]Colombo, 17 April, (Asiantribune.com): [/b]Two powerful claymore bombs exploded Monday in two separate incidents, killing four soldiers and two civilian and also wounding eight others.

Grassroots level peace promoter to child protection

Q Perera - Reporting from Colombo

Some groups of Buddhist Monks specially in the South have apparently been promoting warmongering while rejecting a political solution, advocate war to solve the ethnic crisis in Sri Lanka. These groups have been protesting the presence of international peace keepers. The idealism of warmongering seems to have influenced the minds of some of the people in the South to form hatred against their counterparts in the North and East.

Pak, Saudi vow to boost economic, trade ties

By Iqbal Hussain Khan Yousafzai -

Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have agreed to expand bilateral economic, trade and defence cooperation between the two countries.

Question: Will pro-democracy demonstrations end the Nepalese Monarchy?

By D. Michael Van De Veer

Today marks the 12th. Day in what was to be the 4-day strike and there seems no end in sight. Demonstration against the King of Nepal continues and to everyone's surprise, it is gradually emerging into a mass pro-democracy movement calling for the end of King’s rule and the establishment of a republic.

Four soldiers and two suspected LTTE cadres killed in today's Claymore bombs blast

Two powerful claymore bombs exploded Monday in two separate incidents, killing four soldiers and two civilian and also wounding eight others. The two civilian suspected to be LTTE cadres were killed in a separate incident. Post your comments

Two contradictory reports on the failed LTTE commanders' sea journey

"The Government of Sri Lanka had displayed extreme flexibility to facilitate the sea movement of 32 LTTE leaders in the face of provocations by the LTTE, in order to encourage the LTTE to attend the peace talks in Geneva," a statement contradicting the allegations levelled by S.P.Tamilselvan, Head of the Political Division of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam in a letter dated 16the April to Norwegian Ambassader Hans Bratskar. Post your comments


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