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Tamil Guardian 30 November 2015
Sri Lanka's lecturer associations pledge to raise awareness of worsening national security
The National University Teachers Association and Kandy association of Scholars and Professionals agreed to canvas representatives of political parties, religious leaders about the growing dangers posed by abolishing existing security measures.

Convening in Peradeniya the group, which was addressed by Sri Lanka’s former external affairs minister GL Peiris, committed to using social media to reach the youth and warn them of growing dangers posed by abolishing existing security measures, reports the Island.

Responding to questions from the audience, GL Peiris, said that Sri Lanka’s government had put the country at risk by de-proscribing Tamil organisations.

Former foreign minister slams gov for allowing UN working group into Sri Lanka (24 Nov 2015)
Tamil Guardian 30 November 2015
India's new arms to Sri Lanka will be used to annihilate Tamils says PMK
The Tamil Nadu party, PMK on Monday urged India's central government to stop giving Sri Lanka new arms and military aid, the Business Standard reported.

Stating that India was intending to "give Lanka new war planes, arms, tanks and anti-aircraft weapons system," Mr Ramadoss said, "there is no doubt that such weaponry would be only used to annihilate Tamils. Thousands of reasons can be listed to deny supply of weaponry to Sri Lanka."


Tamil Guardian 30 November 2015
Sirisena says no compromise on national security
The Sri Lankan president, Maithripala Sirisena on Monday assured French Sri Lankans that he "would not take any decision under any circumstances that would compromise the national security", reports the Daily Mirror.

Mr Sirisena met with the Sri Lankan expatriates at the country's embassy in France.

Asked about allegations that government actions could undermine national security, Mr Sirisena said "he was totally committed to the safety, security and integrity of Sri Lanka and he would never allow anybody to take any action that could be affect the national sovereignty or security."


Tamil Guardian 30 November 2015
India offers Sri Lanka assistance to modernise army
India offered assistance and training to Sri Lanka to modernise its army, reports Colombo Page.

Arriving in Sri Lanka, the chief of the Indian army, General Dalbir Singh met with Lieutenant General Crishanthe De Silva on Monday.


Tamil Guardian 29 November 2015
Australian Senator calls for end of Sri Lanka's military occupation of Tamil homeland
Australian Senator for New South Wales, Lee Rhiannon called on the new Sri Lankan government to show its commitment to a reconciliation process be de-militarising the Tamil North-East.

Addressing Australia’s Tamil community at an event for the commemoration of Maaverar Naal, Ms Rhiannon said,

“If the new regime is genuine about reconciliation then there must be an immediate end to the military occupation of the Tamil homeland.”

Pledging support to the Tamil struggle for self-determination, she added,

“I pay my respects to the fallen heroes and everyone that continues to survive the ongoing genocide in the Tamil homeland.”

Full speech produced below.

Tamil Guardian 29 November 2015
Tamil poet denied visiting visa to launch book in Jaffna
Award winning Tamil poet and actor VIS Jeyapalan has been stopped by the Sri Lankan government from attending a launch of his latest book in Jaffna, reports Journalists for Democracy Sri Lanka.

Mr Jeyapalan was denied a visiting visa by Sri Lanka's authorities.

Mr Jeyapalan, who is based in Oslo, was arrested and deported in November 2013 when he visited his hometown in Jaffna after decades in exile.

Norwegian Tamil poet arrested by SL intelligence in Maankulam (27 Nov 2013)
J. S. Tissainayagam Tamil Guardian 29 November 2015
Sri Lanka’s transitional justice: Genuine move or red herring?
Noting the absence of commitment to demilitarisation of the North-East JS Tissainayagam questioned the Sri Lankan government’s commitment to an all-inclusive transitional justice process that had the buy in of the victims.

Writing in the Asian correspondent Mr Tissainayagam said,

“Although the Government consulting victims on some aspects of transitional justice mechanisms appears democratic and inclusive, the way Colombo is setting about it gives little confidence that it is prepared to incorporate victims’ needs and wishes if they go contrary to its own target and objectives. Nor is the Government going to demilitarise areas to make them more benign to implement transitional justice. This raises the question whether consultations and other promises of inclusivity are a red herring to lull the public and international community into a false sense of hope while the Government goes ahead undeterred to implement a version of transitional justice unhelpful to victims.”

Full opinion piece can be found here.

Tamil Guardian 29 November 2015
Pakistan Navy ship on goodwill visit to Sri Lanka's Colombo port
Pakistan’s Naval Ship PNS Shamsheer is to arrive at Colombo port on a four day goodwill visit starting Monday, reports Colombo Page.

Pakistan’s naval commanders are expected to Sri Lanka’s navy officials.

Sri Lanka and Pakistan have seen strengthening bi-lateral relations over past months.

Pakistan discusses bilateral defence ties with Sri Lanka military generals (08 Jun 2015)
Sri Lankan president thanks Pakistan for support at UNHRC (12 May 2015)
Tamil Guardian 29 November 2015
Sri Lankan military unveils new war monument in Vanni

The Sri Lankan military unveiled a new war monument in the former LTTE stronghold of the Vanni days before Tamils marked 'Maaveerar Naal' - a day of remembrance for fallen LTTE cadre.

The Sri Lankan army website said the monument was built "to pay tribute to brave hearts those who sacrificed their energetic youth, for establishing peace, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Mother Sri Lanka, by annihilating brutal and inhuman terrorism which spread over the country more than three decades".


Tamil Guardian 29 November 2015
Sri Lankan president says no need for foreign judges
The Sri Lankan president, Maithripala Sirisena said there was no need for the country to import judges from abroad, given the calibre of judges within Sri Lanka.

Delivering the keynote address at the BMICH event to mark the 50th anniversary of the appointment of Justice Weeramantry, Mr Sirisena was quoted by the Sunday Times as saying, "with judges of the calibre of one of the world’s most eminent jurists, C.G. Weeramantry, among us, he saw no reason for Sri Lanka to import judges".

See more here.


Tamil Guardian 29 November 2015
Sri Lankan navy arrest 8 Tamil Nadu fishermen
The Sri Lankan navy on Sunday arrested eight Tamil Nadu fishermen, reports The Hindu.

The men were detained along with two of their boats, and taken to Kangesanthurai.

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The arrest is the latest in the ongoing detention of Tamil Nadu fishermen by Sri Lankan navy personnel.

Tamil Guardian 28 November 2015
Singapore prime minister presents Modi with Tamil Murasu newspaper
Singapore’s prime minister Lee Hsien Loong presented India’s prime minister Narendra Modi a copy of the Tamil Murasu, which first reported on India’s recognition of Singapore as an independent country in 1965.
Photograph:Lee Hsein Loong

The two heads of states also dined in a Tamil South Indian restaurant in Singapore’s ”little India.”

Modi was on a two day visit to improve bilateral ties. Singapore has a large and prominent Indian Tamil population, with Tamil designated as one of its national languages.
Tamil Guardian 28 November 2015
Sri Lankan government must respect feelings of student who committed suicide - Northern Province CM

The best way the Sri Lankan government can pay tribute to the Tamil youth that took his own life calling for the release of political prisoners would be to respect his genuine feelings, the Chief Minister of the Northern Province has said.

Responding to the suicide of 18-year-old Rajeswaran Senthuran on Thursday, Mr Wigneswaran expressed his concern that the Sri Lankan state was not prone to be bothered by the deaths of Tamils.

"In the past, the lives we lost were never taken into consideration," he said. "They were considered normal."

"The student's tragic decision was extremely painful. The fulfilment of that student's purpose will always be in my efforts and prayers," the Chief Minister reiterated.

Tamil teen commits suicide over political prisoner issue (26 Nov 2015)

Jaffna Uni protests in tribute (26 Nov 2015)

Tamil Guardian 28 November 2015
Sri Lanka strips NPC members of police protection after Maaveerar Naal
Sri Lanka’s government has withdrawn police protection given to certain members of the Northern Provincial Council as of 27th November.

Protection given to Northern Provincial Council members Ananthi Sasitharan, Vinthan Kanagarathinam, P Kajatheepen S Sukirtha and S Thavarajah were removed after Maaveerar Naal learns Tamil Guardian.

The NPC members where initially given two armed personnel as security guards.

The Northern Provincial Council Chairman CVK Sivagnanam says he wrote a letter to the Inspector General of Police requesting that the Northern Provincial Council members that previously had protection are reinstated with their original protection services.
Tamil Guardian 28 November 2015
Sri Lankan president to be nominated for Nobel Peace Prize says minister

A Sri Lankan government minister told parliament on Friday that President Maithripala Sirisena is to be nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.

Tourism and Christian Affairs Minister John Amaratunga said that Mr Sirisena’s nomination was being discussed by several countries, as he told MPs “we can all go and witness President Sirisena accepting the Nobel Peace Prize if we work together for the betterment of the country”.

Mr Sirisena, who was elected as Sri Lanka’s president in January, is the former secretary general of the Sri Lanka Freedom Party, who was also sworn in as the acting defence minister in May 2009 as Sri Lankan troops carried out their final assault during the armed conflict.


Tamil Guardian 28 November 2015
Families of the missing and disappeared protest in Jaffna

Families of Tamil the missing and those who were disappeared after being detained by the Sri Lanka military protested on Saturday in Jaffna demanding all details of their possible whereabouts to be released.


Tamil Guardian 28 November 2015
Students at Eastern Uni mark Maaveerar Naal
Photographs: Theechudar

Students at the Eastern University in Batticaloa marked Tamil National Remembrance Day on Friday, lighting candles in memory of those who gave their lives to the Tamil struggle.


Tamil Guardian 28 November 2015
Maaveerar Naal commemorated in Trincomalee

Tamils in Trincomalee gathered to commemorate their war dead on church premises on Friday.  Families of those that died at the hands of the Sri Lankan state lit the ceremonial flame as local priests bore witness. 
 International Affairs
Tamil Guardian 01 December 2015
Pakistan denies allegations of war crimes in Bangladesh
 Pakistan denied that its armed forces had committed war crimes during Bangladesh’s Liberation War in 1971.

The Pakistan Foreign Minsitry on Monday met with Bangladesh’s envoy to reject Dhaka’s accusations of war crimes.

In a statement released after the meeting the Pakistani foreign ministry, said,

“It is regrettable that attempts have been made by the Government of Bangladesh to malign Pakistan despite our ardent desire to develop brotherly relations.”

“Pakistan believes that the peoples of both countries not only want to maintain but also further strengthen the bonds of friendship and brotherhood,” it said.
Tamil Guardian 30 November 2015
Venezuela arrests three in connection with opposition leader killing
Venezuelan authorities arrested three people on Monday in relation to the assignation of an opposition leader that drew mass international condemnation in the run-up to this weekend’s elections.

Opposition leaders have placed the blame of the killing on the ruling socialist party.

Luis Diaz, shot dead at the age of 44, was a candidate for the Democratic Action party in the central Guarico state.

The Venezuelan presidential office vehemently denied any link to the killings of the opposition leader, reports Reuters.

In a statement released after the arrest of 3 suspects, the president’s office said,

“The three men will be accused in coming hours for their presumed link to Luis Manuel Diaz’s death.”
Tamil Guardian 28 November 2015
Prominent Kurdish lawyer shot dead in Turkey, Kurds protesting death water cannoned
A prominent Kurdish Lawyer and rights activist was shot in the head and killed in Turkey on Saturday.
The pro-Kurdish HDP Party called the killing of Tahir Elci a “planned assassination” and urge Kurds to protest against the Turkish state.

Witness said that Mr Elci was shot after speaking to journalists about a historic Kurdish minoret that had been destroyed.

“The moment the statement ended, the crowd was sprayed with bullets,” a local HDP party official, Omer Tastan told Reuters.

The killed lawyer was facing trial for saying that the banned Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) was not a terrorist organisation, as proscribed by the Turkish government.

Turkey’s President said that if this was an assassination, it further proved that the assassination was “an attack on peace and harmony in Turkey,” and further emphasised the need to “fight terrorism.”

Hundreds of people that too to the streets to protest against the killing, were then tear gassed and water cannoned by Turkish security forces.

Turkey’s Interior Minister, speaking at a press conference after the shooting said the Kurdish lawyer had been caught up in a gun battle between police and terrorists.
Tamil Guardian 28 November 2015
Russia announces suspension of visa-free regime with Turkey
Russia announced on Friday that it will suspend its visa-free regime with Turkey effective January 1, a continuation of retaliation for the downing of a Russian fighter jet by Turkish air forces earlier this week. 

Since Tuesday’s incident, Russia has already restricted tourist travel from Turkey, stranded Turkish trucks at the border, confiscated large quantities of Turkish food imports and started preparing a set of broader economic sanctions.

Turkey for its part refuses to apologize for the plane incident. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that Russia should apologize for violating Turkish airspace, with Turkish military saying that the Russian jet had been in Turkish airspace for 17 seconds before it was shot. However, Erdogan has made attempts unsuccessfully to speak with Russian President Vladimir Putin about the incident.

Russian Foreign Minisiter Sergei Lavrov said that Putin was unwilling to speak to Erdogan at the moment because “we have seen that the Turkish side hasn’t been ready to offer an elementary apology over the plane incident.”

It is reported that Erdogan plans to try and speak with Putin at the climate summit in Paris next week but also has been quoted saying during a speech in Bayburt, Turkey, “It is playing with fire to go as far as mistreating our citizens who have gone to Russia.” “We really attach a lot of importance to our relations with Russia…We don’t want these relations to suffer harm in any way.”
Tamil Guardian 27 November 2015
Burundi is at risk of genocide warns US Special Envoy
The US Special Envoy for the Great Lakes Region of Africa warned that Burundi is at risk of genocide thought it was “not yet present reality”, amidst ongoing unrest in the country.

In an interview, Thomas Perriello said that the crime of genocide is a risk, stating, “We have seen very dangerous signals from senior government officials about what makes this conflict more ethnic in nature”.

“But its also for the government and others to note that genocide is not the only serious international crime,” he added. “There is torture or extrajudicial killing that is still a serious crime. So we certainly continue to track ethnic language but also look at additional crimes.”

Mr Perriello said the recently announced sanctions “are the latest in a series of steps by the United States, the European Union, the African Union and the United Nations to ensure consequences for... repressive acts”.

“We want to get the peace process started so the people of Burundi have the chance for peace and for an open democratic society that they so clearly desire and there will consequences for those who push in a different direction,” he added.

See his full interview here.
Tamil Guardian 25 November 2015
Russian MPs submit bill to criminalise Armenian genocide denial

The Russian opposition party has submitted a bill in parliament that will criminalise the denial of the Armenian genocide, carried out by the Ottoman Empire over a century ago.

"We have just submitted a bill on responsibility for failure to acknowledge the fact of a genocide of Armenians by Turkey in 1915," said the leader of Russia's opposition A Just Russia party, Sergei Mironov.

Those who deny that the killings constituted genocide can face a fine of up to $7,500

The move is likely to inflame tensions with Turkey, who deny that it was a genocide, the day after the Turkish air force shot down a Russian jet near the Syrian border.

Tamil Guardian 25 November 2015
US sanctions business entities helping Syrian government trade
The US sanctioned a Syrian businessman who it accused of facilitating oil sails between the Islamic State and Syrian government, reports Reuters.

In a statement released on Wednesday, the US treasury Department said  that three other individuals, including a Russian Bank had also been sanctioned for providing support to the Syrian government and its supporting businesses.

George Haswani, who was accused as being the middleman for Islamic State and Syrian oil deals had already been sanctioned by the European Union in March.

Responding to the sanctions, Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabokov, criticising the sanctions on Russian businessmen, called on the US to stop playing “geo-political games.”
Tamil Guardian 25 November 2015
Refugees at Greece-Macedonia commence hunger strike

A group of Iranian refugees at the border between Greece and Macedonia have sewn their lips shut, going on a hunger strike to protest controversial new immigration policies enacted by several Balkan governments. The new measures passed first by Slovenia, but quickly adopted by Croatia, Serbia and Macedonia, block access to any asylum-seekers that cannot prove citizenship from Syria, Afghanistan or Iraq, classifying asylum-seekers from all other countries as “economic migrants.”

A spokesperson for the refugee advocacy group, Are You Syrious, told Al Jazeera on Tuesday, “[a]t this moment the worst situation is at the Idomeni border crossing in Greece, where at least 2,000 Iranians, Moroccans and other nationals are stranded after the border was closed for everyone except Syrian, Afghan and Iraqi refugees.”

Rados Djurovic, director of the Belgrade-based Asylum Protection Centre, told the Independent, “[t]o classify a whole nation as economic migrants is not a principle recognized in international law.” (link:)

As of mid-November, Human Rights Watch has reported that an unprecedented 800,000 asylum-seekers had reached Italy and Greece, with many of them attempting to continue their journeys to safety through the Balkans.

Tamil Guardian 25 November 2015
US airstrike against MSF hospital due to 'avoidable human error'
An investigation into the United States air strike against a MSF (Doctors Without Borders) hospital in Afghanistan last month found the incident was due to "avoidable human error".

Addressing journalists in Washington on Wednesday, the senior US General John Campbell reiterated the "US forces would never intentionally (strike) a hospital."

"The report determined that the US strike upon the MSF trauma centre in Kunduz city, Afghanistan, was a direct result of human error, compounded by systems and procedural failures," General Campbell said.

"US forces directly involved in this incident did not know the target compound was the MSF trauma centre. The medical facility was mis-identified as a target," he added.


Tamil Guardian 24 November 2015
US urges Russia to focus attacks on Islamic State
US President Barack Obama and French President Francois Hollande called on Russia to focus its attacks in Syria on Islamic State militants following the downing of a Russian warplane by Turkey’s air force.

Noting that the United States did not have enough information yet to form conclusions on the incident, the US president said future situations could be avoided if Russia stopped attacking “moderate” Syrian rebels battling the Assad regime.

Speaking after a meeting with the French President, Mr Obama said,

“This points to a ongoing problem with the Russian operations in the sense that they are operating very close to a Turkish border and they are going after moderate opposition that are supported not only by Turkey but a wide range of countries.

Calling on Russia to direct its energy towards Islamic State forces, he added “some of those conflicts and potential mistakes or escalation are less likely to occur.”

Earlier today, NATO's Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg offered support for Ankara and rejected that the incident happened outside of Turkey's borders, reports Reuters.
Tamil Guardian 24 November 2015
United Nations Special Rapporteur calls Paris attacks a crime against humanity

United Nations Special Rapporteur in the field of cultural rights denounced the attacks in Paris earlier this month, stating that they “may constitute a crime against humanity”.

 “These attacks may constitute a crime against humanity and certainly one which viciously and deliberately targeted sites of arts and leisure where people come together to enjoy their cultural rights,” said Karima Bennoune in apress release last week. 

She added that civil society around the world must “unite in exposing and opposing the fundamentalist ideology motivating such atrocities, as many have done in Muslim majority countries for years, and to support those resisting such fundamentalist assaults on cultural life on the frontlines from West Africa to South Asia and beyond”.

“I would like to emphasize the global equality of victims and the unavoidably international nature of the struggle against those who seek to deliberately kill civilians and culture itself, and above all to divide the human family,” she concluded. 


Tamil Guardian 24 November 2015
EU backs Western Sahara’s ‘right to self-determination’

The European Union reiterated its support for a "just, lasting and mutually political solution, which will allow the people of Western Sahara to exercise their right to self-determination".

The High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini said the EU "follows closely the human rights situation in Morocco", and added "the EU will take no action that may undermine” the efforts of UN chief Ban Ki-Moon in the region.

See more from AllAfrica.com here.



Tamil Guardian 24 November 2015
Turkish forces shoot down Russian aircraft in Syria

Turkey's forces shot down a Russian Su-24 plane by the border with Syria on Tuesday.

Turkey, which is a NATO member, stated the plane entered its air space. This has been denied by Moscow.


Tamil Guardian 23 November 2015
US sanctions Burundi officials

The US has imposed sanctions on four officials connected to the violence which has hit Burundi over the last months.

Hundreds of people are said to have died in violent clashes since President Pierre Nkurunziza unconstitutionally ran for a third term earlier this year and ended up being elected.

“President Nkurunziza’s pursuit of a third term in office has precipitated a humanitarian, economic, and security crisis,” said a statement by Ned Price, spokesman of the National Security Council in Washington.

“Burundi is on the precipice, but there is a clear path available to Burundi’s leaders to avoid further violence and reach a political solution.”

Tamil Guardian 23 November 2015
Protesters killed by police in Nepal in ongoing violence over constitution
Violence over the weekend in Nepal saw the fatal shooting of at least three protestors by police, with many more injured. The protestors belonged to the Madhesi group which is protesting the recently passed constitution.

While reports are unclear about who used force first, Saturday saw open violence between police and protestors during a blockade of a highway in the Saptari District, the latest in a series of ongoing clashes. The first incidents of violence in Nepal began in August with finalization of the recently passed Constitution. Over 40 people have been killed since then.

The Madhesi group, who have close geographical and historical ties in India, oppose the new constitution on the basis that it diminishes their political voice. They have been blockading the Nepal-Indian border since September, with significant effects on Nepal’s economy.

In a statement last Friday, UN Secretary General Ban-Ki Moon expressed “his growing concern over the blockade of essential supplies on the Nepal-India border.” On Sunday, spokesman for India’s Ministry of External Affairs, Vikas Swarup said on Twitter that India was “distressed at [the] loss of lives in police firing in Saptari” and that “political solution [was] required.”

See here and here for more.
Tamil Guardian 23 November 2015
Cooperation with Russia to tackle Islamic State a possibility says US
US Secretary of State John Kerry said on Monday that it was possible to broaden cooperation with Russia and Syria in attempts to combat Islamic State militants.

Stressing that Washington was not under pressure to work with Moscow, Mr Kerry said that under the right circumstances cooperation could read to “constructive possibilities”

Such a move should not deter opposition groups in Syria from fighting to topple Syrian President Bashar al-Assad he added.

Highlighting the necessity of any cooperation to not be perceived as cooperation with Assad, he said,
“If certain entities perceive that whatever we’re doing is going to help Assad to stay, that complicates issues. So it has to be done in a way that manages the passions, among people who have been fighting Assad for four years.”

Kerry made these statements at a press meet after talks with Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahayan and Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir on ways to bring Syrian opposition groups together at a conference in Riyadh next month, reports Reuters.
Tamil Guardian 22 November 2015
Colombia pardons FARC rebels as confidence-building measure

Colombia is pardoning to 30 jailed members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), as a confidence-building measure in its peace talks with armed group, AFP reported on Sunday.

The government said none of those being pardoned were in prison for serious crimes and added that they will be supported in their efforts to find jobs and receive social support on their release. 

"As part of the confidence-building gestures between the national government and the FARC, the national government has decided, based on its constitutional and legal authorities, to grant pardons ... to 30 guerrillas," the presidential statement said.

FARC told local media last week that around 850 jailed members of the leftist militant group have been on a hunger strike in 13 prisons since Nov. 9, demanding humanitarian releases and improved prison conditions.

Tamil Guardian 21 November 2015
Bangladesh executions over war crimes

Bangladesh has executed two opposition leaders for war crimes committed during the 1971 independence struggle against Pakistan.

Salahuddin Quader Chowdhury and Ali Ahsan Mohammad Mujahid were convicted of genocide and rape and were hanged in Dhaka's central jail.

A special war crimes tribunal found Mr Chowdhury guilty of nine out of 23 charges including genocide, arson and persecuting people on religious and political grounds.

The prosecution said that his father's residence in Chittagong was turned into a torture cell during the war.
Mujahid was the secretary-general of Jamaat-e-Islami. and was sentenced to death in July 2013.

He was accused of responsibility for the killings of a number of pro-independence Bangladeshi leaders and intellectuals.

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