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Rohingya People Need Our Help

The Rohingya people of Myanmar (formerly Burma) who mostly live in the western part - the Rakhine (formerly Arakan) state, bordering Bangladesh, are undoubtedly the most persecuted people on earth. Denied citizenship in the Buddhist majority country, the Rohingyas have simply become the most unwanted people in our planet. The nearby Bangladesh does not want the persecuted Rohingyas to settle there either. In desperate attempts to save their lives, many Rohingyas have become now the ‘boat people’ of our time!

Rohingya People Need Our Help
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Sri Lanka participated at the Third UN International Conference on Small Island Developing States : 1st - 4th September 2014, Apia, Samoa

The Summit was inaugurated by His Excellency Tuilaepa Aiono Sailele Malielegaoi, Prime Minister of Samoa and H.E. Ban Ki-moon, UN Secretary General.

Sri Lanka participated at the Third UN International  Conference  on Small Island Developing States :  1st - 4th September 2014, Apia, Samoa
Sri Lanka participated at the Third UN International  Conference  on Small Island Developing States :  1st - 4th September 2014, Apia, Samoa
Sri Lanka participated at the Third UN International  Conference  on Small Island Developing States :  1st - 4th September 2014, Apia, Samoa
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Top United Nations Development officials to visit Ebola-affected countries - 6-14 October 2014

A high-level UNDP mission to Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia and Senegal, will begin next week, aiming to boost efforts to contain the Ebola outbreak while helping to preserve essential services and livelihoods.

Citizens of Bomi County Liberia Wait For A Visit Of President Ellen Johnson- Sirleaf
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Travel Lanka awarded Best Travel Magazine in Sri Lanka

Travel Lanka has been awarded the prize for the Best Travel Magazine in Sri Lanka, by the Chamber of Tourism and Industry, Sri Lanka.

Travel Lanka awarded Best Travel Magazine in Sri Lanka
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Store Woes: Britain’s four big supermarkets are forced to fight their collective corner

Britain’s top four supermarkets, according to a consistent set of statistics that span the last four quarters, are collectively going through a very bad patch. The troubles of Tesco, followed by ASDA, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons are mounting on many fronts, while the top management teams of the Big Four are looking for ways to keep the downward trend at bay – with very little success so far, though.

Store Woes: Britain’s four big supermarkets are forced to fight their collective corner
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