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Sweden charges 3 men with right-wing links for bomb attacks

Three men with links to a right-wing extremist group have been charged with attempted murder and endangering the public in connection with recent attacks in southern Sweden targeting newly arrived migrants and a left-wing group, Swedish authorities said Friday.

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Canada provides humanitarian support to ongoing relief efforts in Sri Lanka

In a meeting with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Sri Lanka, Ravi Karunanayake, High Commissioner of Canada to Sri Lanka, Shelley Whiting expressed condolences ?to the Government and people of Sri Lanka on behalf of the Government of Canada and announced a contribution of CAD 594,000 (approximately 67.1 million LKR) in support of the humanitarian relief efforts in response to the May 2017 natural disaster.

Canada provides humanitarian support to ongoing relief efforts in Sri Lanka
Canada provides humanitarian support to ongoing relief efforts in Sri Lanka
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Lalin’s Column: ‘In the line of Duty’ - An Autobiography and an Unofficial history

Dr Gamini Goonetilleke, FRCS’s 294 page memoir ‘In the Line of Duty’ is a drama, an almost unreal adventure. It is about swift flowing, unusual and mind boggling extra ordinary medical experiences. It is fascinating, riveting and delightful with lively, subtle, impish humour, often at the author’s own expense.

Lalin’s Column: ‘In the line of Duty’ - An Autobiography and an Unofficial history
Lalin’s Column: ‘In the line of Duty’ - An Autobiography and an Unofficial history
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Vaiko Listed Dangerous Person

MDMK general secretary Vaiko, who is presently on bail on sedition charges in Chennai, was detained by Malaysian immigration officials at the Kuala Lumpur airport on the ground that he was “on the list of dangerous persons posing a threat to the country.”

Vaiko  Listed  Dangerous Person
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