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Indonesia lets stranded Sri Lankan Tamils Ashore

Indonesia allowed a group of Tamil migrants from Sri Lanka to come ashore in Aceh province on Saturday after confining them to their stranded boat for a week, but is insisting they will be towed out to sea once the vessel is repaired.

 File Photo -Migrants from Sri Lanka gesture aboard a boat off the coast of Indonesia on Monda, while  authorities in the province of Aceh are preparing to tow the boat out to sea.
The stranded Sri Lankan Tamil migrants which have been stranded on the beach in Lhoknga, Aceh provinceare now being sheltered in tents after being allowed off their boat Saturday, June 18, 2016.
Indonesia lets stranded Sri Lankan Tamils  Ashore
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Consequences of Brexit on European (Dis)Union

We will be in the unchartered waters next week; with the Brexit, the British referendum that determines whether Britain should stay in the European Union or not – just less than a week away, and the very nation being rattled to the core by the brutal murder of an elected member of parliament in broad daylight, uncertainty on many fronts has already started emerging at an alarming rate in proportion to the rising emotions inside both camps.

Consequences of Brexit on European (Dis)Union
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MP Udaya Gammanpila MP remanded till July 01

Yesterday, UPFA MP Udaya Gammanpila was remanded till July 01 by the Fort magistrate.

MP Udaya Gammanpila  MP remanded till July 01
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