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Sri Lanka: Morning News Round Up: Statement by Sarath Fonseka confirms war crimes were committed

By Special Correspondent in Colombo
Colombo, 26 September, (Asiantribune.com):

TNA Councillor M.K. Sivajilingam claims at UNHRC sessions in Geneva, that recent statement by Field Marshal Sarath Fonseka confirms war crimes were committed.

2. Sabaragamuwa Provincial Council term ends tonight and all powers of Chief Minister to be transferred to the Governor

3. Bar Association expresses displeasure at dubious method of postponing PC polls

4. Former Speaker Joseph Michael Perera says UNP must chase out rouges like MP Ravi Karunanayake
5.Commercial Fertilizer Corporation Head quits after refusing to pay monstrous breakfast bill of Rs. 1.5 million submitted by an institution under Agriculture Minister Duminda Dissanayake

5. Doctors once again threaten Trade Union action over Government's move to sideline the Sri Lanka Medical Council

6. Sri Lanka due to import rice from Myanmar

7. Meteorology Department says to expect more rains

8. Gas prices increased by Rs. 110 per cylinder while duty on imported big onions increased by 100%

9. CB Governor Coomaraswamy claims Government's economic strategy will raise per capita income (by 35%) to $5,000, create 1million new jobs, increase FDI (by 700%) to $5 billion and increase exports (by100%) to $20 billion

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Sri Lanka: Morning News Round Up: Statement by Sarath Fonseka confirms war crimes were committed
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