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Sri Lankan government launches cyber war against sankathi24.com

Thursday June 04, 2020
The Sri Lankan government has launched a cyber war against Tamilpolity's sister website, www.sankathi24.com .  
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Amidst the Coronavirus pandemic Tamils commemorate Mullivaikal Genocide

Monday May 18, 2020
Amidst the Coronavirus pandemic Eelam Tamils on Monday commemorated the eleventh anniversary of Mullivaikal Tamil Genocide.
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UK's Opposition Leader calls for perpetrators of atrocities to be brought to justice

Monday May 18, 2020
The Leader of the Labour party has called for perpetrators of atrocities against Tamils to be brought to justice.  
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Sri Lankan airforce's cargo flights unsafe for travel

Friday May 08, 2020
Cargo flights used by the Sri Lankan airforce are unsafe for travel, the government has admitted.  
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Sri Lanka ditched plans to bring in Chinese police advisors?

Wednesday April 22, 2020
Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa was contemplating bringing in police advisors from Wuhan to contain the spread of the Coronavirus, political sources in Colombo have said.  
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Rajapaksa confirms India was complicit in Tamil genocide

Tuesday February 11, 2020
The Sri Lankan Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa has confirmed that India was complicit in the genocidal war waged against the Tamils.   ...
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Healing the wounds of Sri Lanka's civil war is a critical issue - the US

Tuesday January 28, 2020
The US and Sri Lanka have a shared interest in the critical issue of healing the wounds of the civil war, a senior American diplomat has claimed.   ...
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Furious Sri Lankan minister orders Tamil to be given secondary status in the North

Tuesday January 21, 2020
A Sri Lankan cabinet minister has ordered Tamil language to be given secondary status in the predominantly Tamil speaking Northern province.   ...
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Germany exercises universal jurisdiction; convicts a Tamil for his alleged role in Kadirgamar's assassination

Tuesday January 21, 2020
A German court has sentenced a Tamil man to six years and ten months in prison for his alleged role in the assassination of the former Sri Lankan  Foreign Minister Lakshman Kadirgamar in 2005. ...
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